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911 Use and Abuse
When to use 911 versus 7-digit telephone number
Call 911 when there is a life or death emergency that requires the immediate response of emergency services such as police, fire, or paramedics.
When there is a situation the requires police response but in not an emergency, use a non-emergency 7-digit number.
How to call 911
All 911 calls are received by Police Dispatchers who are trained to screen calls quickly and efficiently.
Dial 911 ( on a pay phone it is not necessary to deposit money )
Tell the 911 Operator what you need; ambulance, fire truck, or the police.
Be calm. When a caller is upset, it is hard to understand what he or she is saying or to get vital information quickly.
Stay on the phone. Don't hang up!
Give your name and address. If your address is different from the location of the crime, be sure to let the operator know.
If possible give the operator suspect description, weapons, if any, and vehicle description and license plate numbers and letters.
Emergency operators will verify your address and telephone to ensure that the telephone company address that is sent with the call is current and accurate.