Suspicious? Call 911! Trust your instincts - Your neighbors depend on it!
What does the police department need to know when you call?
1. Your EXACT location. This may not always be the same location as where the activity is occurring. If you would like contact from an officer regarding this activity, you must be within the city limits.
2. Responses can be based on whether this crime happened 5 minutes ago or 5 hours ago.
3. What EXACTLY is the suspicious activity? Any suspect information you can provide will be helpful to the responding officer.
4. Weapon information
5. Police will ask for a specific description of subject in this order (race, age, build, hair, clothing top to bottom, outside to inside). If vehicle (color, year, make, body, accessories, license)
Not satisfied with how 911 has handled your call?
Ask for an event number, operator number and note the time called. This can be communicated to the community policing officer (or the 911 supervisor) who can help review if there has been a violation of policy. A case number is assigned when an officer responds.