Shelter-In-Place Warning Outside of Denver, Colorado

ContactRelief recommends suspension of contact with consumers in the affected area.

Sunday, December 31, 2017 10:00:00 AM -06:00

ContactRelief Recommendations for Contact Centers

ContactRelief is making public recommendations made to ContactRelief subscribers, Sunday, December 31st, 2017.

ContactRelief recommends suspending contact with consumers affected by the shelter-in-place warning outside Denver Colordao. To obtain a list of the affected zip codes, become a ContactRelief subscriber.

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office reported via Twitter that “multiple deputies [are] down” as a result of a shooting outside of Denver, Colorado. The suspect is still at large. The Sheriif's office has issued a code red shelter-in-place warning for residents of Highlands Ranch.

A map of the United States shows the area affected by the shelter-in-place warning.
Figure 1: Shelter-In-Place Warning Outside of Denver, CO.

ContactRelief has issued a recommendation to suspend contact to consumers in the affected area. We will update the recommendation if the situation changes.

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