Emergency: 911 - For police assistance in emergency situations and crimes that are in progress.
Non-Emergency: 897-2300 - For police assistance in non-life threatening situations.
When requesting services for non-emergency/non-life threatening situations, we ask for your patience in waiting for the arrival of a police officer, as emergency calls have priority over non-emergency calls. The officer will respond to your call as soon as possible.
When calling, have the following information ready:
Upon arriving the officer will do the following:
After the responding officer completes a preliminary investigation and submits the report, an investigator will review the case to determine if any leads are available. The leads will be investigated until the case is solved or all leads have been exhausted.
If there are no leads, an attempt may be made to contact the victim to make sure nothing has been overlooked. If there is no additional information, the case will be listed as inactive in the department's computer. The case may be reopened later if new information surfaces.