SOG Sample - On the Quiet ResponseSOGLast updated Wednesday, June 12, 2019
There are specific types of incidents that, by their nature, are not threatening to life or property. These types of incidents are to utilize an "on-the-quiet" response (also known as reduced speed or non-emergency responses).
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