Incident Response is a division of Wisconsin Public Safety and produces high quality multimedia content relating to public safety incidents. Incident Response specializes in documenting fires, auto accidents, technical rescues, police situations and other incidents.
Public safety photography is important but unfortunately a lot of departments and agencies do not have capable personnel to carry out this function. It is necessary to document the various procedures at fires, motor vehicle accidents and other incidents. Having a photographer on scene as soon as possible can assist in the investigation as the early photos can be invaluable.
The mission of Incident Response is to promote public safety through photography while supporting the efforts of law enforcement officers, firefighters and first responders.
Incident Response was established in January 2012 by Asher Heimermann after he captured pictures of several fires in Sheboygan, Wisconsin in the summer of 2011. Since 2012, Heimermann has been responding to incidents around the clock and capturing nearly 21,000 pictures and over 370 videos. When he is not responding to emergencies, he is photographing fire department training sessions and traveling to public safety agencies in Eastern Wisconsin.
For the latest pictures and videos, follow Incident Response on Facebook.
To search incidents in 2014 and 2015, go to www.incidents.us.
If you have a tip regarding an active on-going incident, go to incidents.us/tips or call or text message 920-395-6777.
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