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When to call 911
Dial 911 in the event of an emergency. An emergency is any situation that requires immediate help from the police, fire department, or an ambulance.
Examples of emergencies include:
If you accidentally call 911, stay on the line and explain to the Dispatcher what happened.
Dialing 911 will ring to a public safety access point (PSAP), usually a police department dispatch center. The first Dispatcher will then transfer you if your emergency is Fire or medical. Once you are transferred the second Dispatcher will ask you the following questions:
It is important to stay calm and answer the Dispatchers questions; this will provide important information to the responding units, and may provide life-saving instructions. While the Dispatcher is speaking with you, fire department resources will be dispatched to the location provided. The Dispatcher will advise you when it is appropriate to hang up.
ALL cell phones will provide Dispatchers with your general location and phone number; however, Dispatchers will still ask you to verify. The accuracy of the information provided has a few variables; to include: the type of phone you have (smartphone vs non-smartphone), cell tower locations, and cell phone provider.