• When someone’s life or property are in immediate danger, such as:
◦ An allergic reaction
◦ Bloody diarrhea
◦ Chest pain
◦ Confusion or dizziness
◦ Drug overdose
◦ Heart attack
◦ Heat stroke
◦ Rectal bleeding
◦ Shortness of breath
◦ Slurred speech
• When you witness a crime being committed.
Unless you need immediate response, call your local non-emergency line for instances such as these:
• Your car was broken into yesterday.
• You need to report additional items stolen on a burglary report filed last week.