911 CALLERS LIED TO THAT AN AMBULANCE IS ON THE WAY
MASSIVE COVER UP BY AUSTIN-TRAVIS COUNTY
Dietrich has been in the County Jail awaiting trial for over 4 years now and was poisoned with medications by Travis County Sheriff Dr.
Ended up in the ER and almost died... (click above to see more)
"If we only would have just pulled out of the hotel instead of being forced on the frontage road we would see that the hospital was just down the road and we would have just drove to the hospital and never would have called 911 and been lied to by the dispatchers or detained while watching them crush Dad. They just left him in the parking lot and covered him with a sheet. An ambulance never showed up." - Dietrich White
Our goal is the preservation of Human Life and Civil Liberties of all peoples. To ensure that all people receive equal and proper Medical Aid, Treatment & services during Priority 1 Medical Emergencies; without Interference, Hindrance, or Blockage by any Law Enforcement persons or entities; ensuring that people's Lives, Health & Liberties are restored from the current condition & upheld to the Legal Standard.
We are excited and relieved!
We are proud to announce that the Federal Government has reviewed Priority1Life and acknowledged the imminent and severe threat to the lives, civil liberties, and public health and safety of all people due to Police Interference with medical emergencies; approving our cause and awarding Priority1Life tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit status.
Austin, TX Tragic and Deadly 911 Calls - Share Your Story
"A central message of my campaign has been the absolute importance of modernizing our processes. Our broken 9-1-1 system is Exhibit A of that. Reports of ambulance radios malfunctioning, personal accounts of 9-1-1 staying on hold for several minutes, callers hanging up out of frustration, and now a microphone failing during Tanya's call, all point to the fact that Travis County leadership has not prioritized emergency services as we should. When elected I will make upgrading our 9-1-1 system priority No. 1, in addition to my previous commitment to retain and recruit the best emergency responders." --Rupal Chaudhari, candidate for Travis County Judge.
POLICE INTERFERENCE WITH EMS IN AMERICA
"AUSTIN, Texas — An Austin mother is currently under investigation by the Austin Police Department's Homicide Unit after her 22-month old died from injuries allegedly sustained under her care.
Police responded to a check welfare call on Rutland Drive on Jan. 17 around 2:48 p.m., according to court documents. The caller, Tamara Lynn Calvery, said she needed an ambulance for her baby because the child was not breathing after she had fallen and there was a "big knot" on her head." -
Drew Knight KVUE News
Another $129 million was transferred out of the police budget until the council decides what to do with it. Services like forensics and the 911 call center, for instance, could be separated from police control and moved to other departments. The work would continue, but police no longer would be doing it.
911 CALLERS LIED TO THAT AN AMBULANCE IS ON THE WAY
Here is a firsthand example of the "help" one can expect to receive after contacting 911 services in Austin, TX.
With the rise of the homeless crisis (documented by photographer Jay Janner) first responders in Austin, TX have become more selective of who they deem worthy enough to "get their hands dirty" for.
Our officials have left it up to APD 911 dispatchers to decide whether someone is worthy of receiving the EMS services established to us by our rights and promised in the work agreement that the city has signed with ATCEMS
Documented by Photographer Jay Janner and Austin American Statesman
WHO DO YOU TRUST TO SAVE YOUR LIFE?
WHY ARE AMBULANCES NOT ARRIVING?
"For the last several years, ambulances in Travis County have failed to meet response-time goals when driving to the most serious medical emergencies outside the city of Austin, a problem that county officials have been unable to solve for some time.
The work agreement signed between emergency medical responders and the county government requires that, at least 87 percent of the time, Austin-Travis County EMS ambulances respond to reports of unconscious people — known as “priority one” calls — within 10 minutes for calls in Austin and 12 minutes for calls outside city limits." - Katy Hall, Austin American Statesman
TRAVIS COUNTY JUDGE SPEAKS OUT
WHAT IS HAPPENING TO THESE PATIENTS?
“The response we get (from emergency medical officials) is, ‘We need more ambulances, and we need more personnel,’” Eckhardt said. “So we pay for more ambulances and more personnel, and it’s still not happening. So that can’t be the answer.
Something else needs to change, and I don’t know what it is. ... There are some inefficiencies in this system, and we’re working hard to figure out what they are. There’s got to be an answer for this mystery.” - Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt, Austin American Statesman
IT IS UP TO US TO DEMAND ANSWERS
WHY IS THIS CONTINUING TO REMAIN A "MYSTERY?"
Austin Police Department is the 911 Emergency Services Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) within the city limits of Austin, TX
What does this mean?
This means that APD answers ALL 911 calls made within Austin city limits, including Priority 1 medical emergencies.
Why would this be a problem?
When APD dispatchers answer a 911 call, it is then up to their discretion to transfer the call to Austin-Travis County EMS, Austin Fire Department and to dispatch an ambulance; or to send APD patrol officers to "Check the Welfare" of the person in need of immediate medical attention.
Why would 911 dispatchers send police to "Check the Welfare" of someone having a medical emergency?
Austin Police Department seems more interested in making a possible arrest than saving the lives of citizens.
Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) - A call center responsible for answering calls to an emergency telephone number for police, firefighting and ambulance services. A PSAP facility runs 24 hours a day, dispatching emergency services or passing 911 calls on to public or private safety agencies. Trained operators are responsible for dispatching the emergency services. A public safety answering point is also known as public safety access point.
Police Welfare/Wellness Check - A police welfare check takes place when law enforcement is sent out to check the well-being of a person. This check is done when police have a reason to believe someone is harmed or is in danger. Unlike in searches, police officers do not have to obtain a warrant to perform a welfare check; also called a wellness check.
APD DISPATCHER SENDS POLICE TO CHECK WELFARE OF ELDERLY MAN "NOT BREATHING"
Ambulance never dispatched to a 911 Priority 1 Medical Emergency
APD did not care if the patient lived or died - Life was of zero concern to them, only making a potential arrest. They did not even know if any crime had been committed and already determined a patient would be declared deceased on the scene
- ZERO ARRESTS WERE MADE AT THE SCENE