911 is the number to know to report a police, fire or medical emergency -- a situation requiring the immediate presence of police officers, fire fighters or emergency medical personnel.
In a crisis, seconds count! They can mean the difference between life and death.
There is one easy-to remember number to call for police, fire and medical emergencies -- 911. No coin is required if calling from a pay phone.
But please remember, 911 is an emergency number ONLY.
To place non-emergency calls to a police agency, fire department or medical service, please consult your telephone directory for the appropriate numbers.
Call 911 to report:
An emergency is any situation that to preserve life or property requires immediate response by police, fire or emergency medical agencies
Do NOT call 911 to: