The Fresno Police Department is taking the alert system up a notch. Fresno police have started using an alert system called CodeRED to send emergency notifications – like Amber Alerts seen on Valley highways when a child has been kidnapped – through text message, phone calls, email, social media or a mobile app to residents.
The Fresno Police Department is taking the alert system up a notch. Fresno police have started using an alert system called CodeRED to send emergency notifications – like Amber Alerts seen on Valley highways when a child has been kidnapped – through text message, phone calls, email, social media or a mobile app to residents. Christian Parley Fresno Bee file
The Fresno Police Department is taking the alert system up a notch. Fresno police have started using an alert system called CodeRED to send emergency notifications – like Amber Alerts seen on Valley highways when a child has been kidnapped – through text message, phone calls, email, social media or a mobile app to residents. Christian Parley Fresno Bee file

CodeRED: Fresno police launch real-time emergency alert system

March 28, 2017 1:37 PM

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