WHEN TO CALL 9-1-1
Call 911 when life/property is in immediate danger.
When you see smoke or a fire.
When you see a crime being committed.
When rescue or emergency medical assistance is needed.
WHEN NOT TO CALL 9-1-1
Do not dial 911 for information, such as road or weather conditions, power outages, or directions.
HOW TO CALL 9-1-1
Dial 911 (no need to dial 9).
Give the operator the nature of the emergency.
Give the exact street location including the office/classroom number and cross street.
Give the telephone number from which you are calling.
DO NOT HANG UP. Follow the directions of the dispatch operator.
CRIME CHECK – 456-2233
When you should call Crime Check:
To file a police report over the phone for a crime that is no longer occurring.
If you witnessed a crime that previously occurred.
If you have information about a past crime.
To add information to a previous crime report.
If you are a victim of a crime that is not in progress.
To report a crime after the fact that does not require an officer or deputy response.
Campus Alert Line:
509-358-7760 or 509-358-7994