In Case of Emergency (Wikipedia)

How to Add ICE to Your Cell Phone (wiki How)

There for you in case of emergency (Wilkin Chapman LLP)

Meeting the Inventor of ICE (Aurora, October 2018)

ICE Your Cell Phone for Emergency Contacts (MedicineNet, June 2018)

The Big Conversation with Paul Stainton (BBC Radio Cambridge, November 2016)

Apps that can save your life (Good4UTAH, November 2016)

Live Zoom with Bob Brotchie (Rotary e-Club of East Anglia, June 2016)

Mildenhall man and former paramedic explains how his innovative campaign to help those found unable to communicate continues after more than a decade. (Mildenhall Messenger, May 2016)

Travel Gadgets and Apps you Need for Your Next Trip (UK Airport Car Parking Comparison, May 2016)

Mobile App Helps Emergency Personnel Treat Patients With Autism (The Backup Plan, February 2016)

An Update From Bob Brotchie (The Backup Plan, January 2016)

Affordable Emergency App Makes Difference in Autism Community (Autism Parenting Magazine, December 2015)

Paramedic’s ICE emergency contact system now has its own app (Cambridge News, November 2015)

Sunday Breakfast with Phil Rowe (1st Nov at 9:30 am) (Cambridge 105 FM, November 2015)

Have you “ICE’d” your mobile? The very creator of ICE can tell you how! (Prevention Connection International, October 2015)

Autism Tips for Emergency Responders: You Get What You Get! (Spirit of Autism, August 2015)

Managing the After-Effects of Trauma (Anglia Counselling – Newmarket, July 2015)

Press Release: Celebrating 10 Years of ICE (Bob Brotchie, July 2015)

How To Set Up An ICE Contact On Your Android Smartphone (The Backup Plan, June 2015)

What Spares – Don’t leave home without it (Hertfordshire Trail Riders Fellowship, March 2015)

Privacy and Emergency Contacts (Plato’s Gnat, March 2015)

ICE – In Case of Emergency: définir des contacts d’urgence dans votre smartphone (Geek mais pas que, January 2015)

Major Incident Advice (Ashfield District Council, January 2015)

The Secret Life of Passwords (Security and Coffee, January 2015)

Get the card and help save lives!  (Get ICE Card, 2014)

Why Are ICE Contacts So Important? (The Backup Plan, September 2014)

Block Island – home of the first U3A in the United States (World U3A, June 2014)

Do You Know What ICE Is? – ICE, ICE Everywhere (Beauty in Grace, 2014)

He may have a warm heart, but he’s got ICE in his veins! (LeanOnUs, April 2014)

Always Carry – Never Use (Gun ICE 2013)

In Case of Emergency, use ICE! (Skilven Publications, March 2012)

How To Set Up An ICE Contact On Your iPhone (The Backup Plan, June 2010)

ICE up your cell phone (worldnow, April 2010)

ICE numbers can save lives  (Jim’s Bike Blog, June 2009)

Vital Signs: Organizing For A Medical Emergency, Part 1 (Best Results Organizing, March 2009)

The World’s Leading Emergency Contact Service (ICE Contact USA, 2009)

911ICE: A social network for the sick and wounded (CNET, September 2008)

Vodafone New Zealand launches In Case of Emergency initiative (The Breaking News, April 2007)

Trend toward ICE alerts grows cool (Chicago Tribune, December 2006)

Put ‘ICE’ on Your Cell Phone – ‘ICE’ Marks Your Contacts to Call in Case of Emergency (WebMD Health News, October 2006)

Bob’s idea has global impact (Cambridge News ONLINE, December 2005)

ICE concept transferred to cards (BBC News, October 2005)

New dictionary definition for Ice (BBC News, September 2005)

‘ICE’ mobile campaign set for US (BBC News, August 2005)

ICE (In Case of Emergency) (WhatIs, August 2005)

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CAMPAIGN (House of Commons, July 2005)

Emergency plan faces e-mail hoax (BBC News, July 2005)

“ICE” Campaign Inspires Cell Phone Owners to Be Better Prepared – In Case of Emergency (The Rugged Elegance, July 2005)

ICE Your Cell Phone for Safety (CBS, July 2005)

ICE Your Cell Phone For Safety (CBS News, July 2005)

Mobiles 999 contact idea spreads (BBC News, July 2005)

Personal Safety (Gloucestershire Constabulary)

Carer’s emergency planning (Living Well Essex)

Protecting your horse and staying safe while out riding (Gloucestershire Constabulary)

The Carers’ Emergency Card (People First)

ICE – In case of emergency campaign  (Smart Driving)

Not a Scam… ICE your cell phone (Scambusters)

RAA Reminds Citizens to Add “ICE” Contact Information to all Family Members’ Cell Phones (Richmond Ambulance Authority)

ICE Your Cell Phone – Advice For Seniors (MEDICAL ALERT ADVICE)

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