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Reason No. 7 to make a Smart911 Safety Profile

Smart911 Safety Profile service is available to all Arkansans through an act of the State Legislature. The service is paid for, it is ready for residents to use - all that needs be done is for individuals to sign up.

Residents can create a free personal Smart911 Safety Profile any time they have access to a computer and the Internet.

Reason No. 7: Protect pets: Even pets can benefit from a Smart911 personal Safety Profile. First responders would be grateful to know if there are pets on premise — in some instances protective pets have actually kept emergency responders from attending to a victim. Details on pets can allow responders to arrive on-site with the proper resources for safe handling. Also, in the event of a fire, knowing that your pet may also be in need of rescue and where to find them can help firefighters.

Create your Smart911 Safety Profile online at - just sign in and then follow the instructions.

For those without home Internet service, public-access computers are available at:

Cabot - Arlene Cherry Memorial Public Library, 506 North Grant St.

Carlisle - Carlisle Public Library, 105 E. Fifth St.

England - William F. Foster Library, 100 East Taylor St.

Lonoke - Marjorie Walker McCrary Memorial Public Library 204 E. Second St.

Ward - Ward Public Library, 405 Hickory St. (Ward City Complex).

There is also a public access computer in the lobby of Cabot City Hall, 101 North Second St.

The Cabot Star Herald, Lonoke Democrat, and Carlisle Independent websites are available only to print and digital subscribers. If you are already a subscriber, you can access these websites at no additional charge.