Seconds count during an emergency and it is important to understand the information that needs to be provided to the 9-1-1 call taker to get help quickly during a fire, medical emergency or a crime.
Prince George’s County Public Safety Communications 9-1-1 Center receives increasing numbers of 9-1-1 calls from cellular telephones. Close to 70% of the 9-1-1 calls are from wireless telephones.
When an emergency situation occurs and public safety assistance is required, the professional men and women working in the Public Prince George's Public Safety Communications 9-1-1 Center are trained to ensure the timely dispatch of Police, Fire, EMS or Sheriff personnel to the emergency.
Learn when you should call the non-emergency dispatch number.
Public Safety Communications has a written policy in place for processing calls from Limited English Proficient (LEP) individuals. It is the agency’s policy to process the majority of the calls that require translator services through the use of translation services from Voiance/CyraCom Language Services, LLC.