http://www.nyc.gov/html/911reporting/html/reports/end-to-end.shtml

EMS is pretty bad also - FD aint too great either

You wont see this reported by any fire or ems magazines or newsletters

Times for week of Sept 19 2016 (maybe)

(all times are fractional minutes - ie - 1 and 1/2 minutes is shown as
1.5 minutes)

NYPD 1 Critical - .06 for pickup -  1.44 for calltaking - 1.81 for
dispatch (que probably - not enough cars - which is kinda hard to
believe with 40K cops) - 3.29 travel time

FDNY 1 structure fires - .07 for pickup - 1.20 call taking - .20 for
dispatch - 3.33 for travel time - (no mention of call hand off from
911 - maybe they dont do that anymore at all - maybe they just FORGET
to mention it here)

EMS 1 Life Threatening - .06 phone pickup - .97 calltaker (PD) - .10
EMS pickup (transfer to EMS calltaker from 911 calltaker)  - .73 for
EMS processing - 1.61 for EMS dispatch - 6.60 average travel time

FDNY 3 - apparently this is FD units going to EMS calls - 2.96 call
taking (jeez) - .09 EMS pickup - 1.87 for EMS processing - .55 for
dispatch - 4.59 for travel time

Fastest - FDNY to structure fires - apparently they average 5 minutes
from 911 phone starting to ring until arrival of first unit (hopefully
an eng or ldr - not a chief)

Note - FDNY is slower to EMS LTE than EMS is - I think the idea is
that FDNY fire units are supposed to beat the ambulance to the scene -
but they never do

Note - .06 and .07 for phone pickup is apparently the number of rings
it takes for the 911 phone to be initially answered

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