ST. TAMMANY PARISH LOUISIANA Emergency Response Survey

 
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1. Please answer this survey only if you are a resident of ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LOUISIANA. If you live elsewhere, please answer the survey that is appropriate for your area.

Here is the first question:


If someone was having a heart attack right now, who would you call ?

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Family/FriendDoctorHospitalEmergency RoomAmbulance ServiceLocal PoliceLocal Fire Dept.Sheriff's Dept.211311911Other
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2. Who would you call for help if you or someone you know needed help rescuing an ANIMAL in the middle of a natural disaster or emergency situation, even if you don't own any animals yourself?

The animal could be anything from a pet (dog, cat, rabbit, etc.), to livestock (cattle, horses, etc.), to wildlife (deer, pelican, etc.).

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3. Not including friends or family members, who would you call to report an ANIMAL that needed rescue during a natural disaster (such as the recent Hurricane Sandy) or any emergency situation (such as a dog/cat or wildlife being hit by a car)?

Please answer this question even if you don't own pets of your own -- Imagine if you saw an animal trapped inside a building that was in a mandatory evacuation zone that was expecting 12 feet of flooding. Who would you call to report that animal needing rescue? (Not including calling friends or family.)
Local Fire Dept.Local Police Dept.Sheriff's Dept.Animal ControlHumane SocietyNo-Kill Animal ShelterAnimal Rescue Organization211311911Other
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4. For the organizations or agencies you listed above, do you have the telephone numbers memorized, or would you have to look up the phone number in order to call them?

(NOTE: Having the phone number in your cell phone does not count as having the number "memorized" because during a disaster, your cell phone may be lost, broken, or run out of battery.)
I have the number memorizedI would have to look up the number
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5. Do you believe it would be helpful during disasters and/or during day-to-day animal emergencies to have a simple 3-digit telephone number to call to report an animal emergency or to request animal rescue (similar to the 9-1-1 system for human emergencies)?
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6. If a TAX was required to pay for an emergency telephone number to call for animal-related issues during disasters and/or during everyday animal emergencies, would you vote for such a tax during the next election?

(NOTE: This question refers to the cost of staff, training, telephone lines, technology, and operational costs to provide a 3-digit telephone hotline for for citizens to report animal-related issues. This question is NOT related to the cost of any animal RESCUE operations.)
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7. If a TAX was required to pay for an animal-related emergency telephone number in times of disaster or everyday animal emergencies, how much do you think is a reasonable amount to tax every citizen in order to pay for the telephone number?

(NOTE: This question refers to the cost of operating the telephone number for citizens to report animal-related issues during disasters. This question is NOT related to the cost of animal rescue operations.)
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8. Please check all of the following that apply:

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9. Do you work in, or have experience or training in, any field that is involved in Emergency Preparedness or Emergency Response?
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10. What is your personal annual income range?
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