When should I or should I not call 911?
You should call 911 anytime you need a response from any public safety agency. While true emergencies such as fires, medical calls, in-progress crime are certainly handled by 911, we also handle the non-emergency calls such as property crimes already occurred and things of that nature. If it requires a response, call 911.

911 should not be called to ask a phone number even if it is for another agency we serve. Also do not call 911 for copies of reports of bills. Reports are given by the agencies that investigated the crime or event. You would need to contact that agency for a copy of a report.

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1. When should I or should I not call 911?
2. Are there other numbers that you answer?
3. Does it make a difference what number I dial?