What To Expect When You Call The Police For a Non-Emergency

Podcast self defense by women aware and prepared

Summary

In this podcast episode, Mandi introduces a small membership for listeners, sharing insights from their recent quarterly call. A member’s question prompts a discussion on how exactly to call the non-emergency police line and will you get dispatch on the line when you do? Listen to her Mandi answer the question.

 

Lessons Learned

 

  • The non-emergency line is the police business line for less urgent situations

 
  • This number can be found on your smartphone map or web browser 

 
  • Either save the number in your phone or do a test on how to find the number on your smartphone so you’re prepared

 
  • Examples of non-emergencies include loud parties or suspicious parked cars

 
  • Understand dispatch prioritizes calls based on urgency

 
  • Consider joining the podcast membership for engagement opportunities and a deeper dive on safety tips

 

Resources

Here is info on my membership to feel further supported and safer with empowerment! Click here to see all the goodies you get!

 

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You can find your podcast host, Mandi, on Instagram @WomenAwareAndPrepared 

 

Her website is WomenAwareAndPrepared.com where you can contact her or sign up for her weekly Tuesday Tip emails (at the bottom of the website) to stay safer and feel more empowered. You’ll receive a downloadable list of Mandi’s favorite 10 things to do to stay safer.

 

 

Music by Andrea Hamilton Binley at HopefulPop.com.

 

 

 

The primary purpose of the Women Aware and Prepared Podcast is to educate and inform. This podcast series does not constitute advice or services. Please use common sense for your own situation.

 

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