on Friday, howling sirens in the entire Middle - and Vestjyllands Police, even though they really only had to warn the citizens of Viborg on the hazardous smoke associated with a fire.
five years ago happened something similar on the island of Zealand. 23. may 2014 sounded the sirens throughout the Middle - and West zealand Police, although they should have sounded in Ringsted.
Now it turns out that it was identical to human error were to blame in both incidents, writes Dagbladet Ringsted Wednesday.
In 2014, the police found out that there was a great deal from a politimands page.
- the Error on Friday was also caused by operator error. There must vinges tick of the sirens to be activated. Set a check mark for much of Friday, says press officer in the national Police Thomas Kristensen to the sn.dk, Dagbladet Ringsted.
It was the same error that happened in 2014. At the time, the east Jutland Police to activate the sirens.
The task took over the national Police for close to two weeks ago. The fire in Viborg came so quickly, to the right person bad got to be familiar with the system, writes Dagbladet Ringsted.
Police will now have to ensure that current and new employees with a responsibility for alerts get ongoing training to put the right tick mark.