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In the case of any violent crime, psychiatric problem, etc., the dispatchers will ask if the patient/suspect has a weapon or access to a weapon. A lot of the times things can get exaggerated between the call taker and the caller. You will usually only get two, maybe three cops for psychiatric problems, unless the circumstances warrant more.
 

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Car Knocker said:
If the police had a name for the person involved, wouldn't possession of a CFP pop up on the screen thus, perhaps, resulting in the dispatch of a greater than usual number of officers?
Only if that particular residence/address has a history. And it wouldn't tell them they have a CFP, but there were previous instances with guns/other weapons.
 
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