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When there are trained medical personnel with the patient at your location, the dispatcher will ask you to call back 9-1-1 if the patient's condition changes. This is important information for the responding paramedics. When there are no trained medical personnel on the scene, the dispatcher will ask the caller a short series of questions. This allows the dispatcher to ascertain what the specific nature of the problem is and to provide appropriate and medically approved intervention until the paramedics arrive.
The exceptions are: 1. When the juvenile is accompanied and supervised by a parent or legal guardian2. When the juvenile is accompanied by another responsible companion at least eighteen years of age, approved by a parent or legal guardian3. When the juvenile is engaged in a business or occupation which the laws of this State authorize a person less than seventeen years of age to perform4. When the juvenile is participating in, going to or coming from a religious event or school-sponsored activity or event5. When the juvenile is participating in, going to or coming from an activity involving the exercise of the juvenile’s rights protected under the First Amendment of the United States Constitution, or Article I, Sections 3, 4 and 5 of the Constitution of the State of Illinois, or both, such as freedom of speech and right of assembly.
NO. On any street in the Village between the hours of two a.m. and six a.m. on any day. The Chief of Police, or designee, is authorized and empowered to make and enforce regulations establishing parking permits to cover emergencies or special conditions in connection with overnight parking on Village streets. If overnight parking is needed, you can request permission by calling the BGPD at 847-459-2560.