I am not happy with the service I received on the phone. What can I do?

The staff of the Communications Center attempts to deal with every call in a courteous manner. Due to the nature of emergency situations, our staff attempts to get the information required to locate you and determine the proper response in as short a time as possible. Some emergencies do require a more assertive approach to gain the information. If you feel that your call was not handled appropriately, you may contact the 911 Director at 765-529-4901.

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1. Who answers 911 calls?
2. What should I do if I accidentally call 911?
3. When should I call 911?
4. What type of information should I give to 911?
5. If I call 911 on a cellular telephone, will I be found?
6. If it is not an emergency, should I call 911?
7. Can I talk to the Police Chief or Sheriff if I call 911?
8. If someone is knocking on my door asking to call the police, must I let them in?
9. Is it true that I can call 911 from any disconnected wireless telephone?
10. I have called. Where is the officer?
11. Will the dispatcher help in medical situations?
12. I am not happy with the service I received on the phone. What can I do?
13. Can I call 911 if I'm hearing impaired?
14. Can someone call 911 who does not speak English?