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Because of the way cellular telephone calls are routed, calls to 911 may not reach the proper dispatch operators. Generally, the law enforcement agency that receives a cellular 911 call is determined by the origination of the call in relation to a specific cellular tower. The Beaver County Sheriff’s Office routinely receives 911 calls from cellular users from surrounding counties.
If you are reporting an emergency via cellular telephone, it's crucial to inform the 911 operator of your exact location. The appropriate and closest response can then be activated.
Experience has shown the first 60 seconds of every 911 call are the most critical. Operators need to determine:
A first-responder armed with this information can react quickly and accurately and minimize the chance that further damage will occur or innocent bystanders will be hurt.
In any threatening emergency, immediately dial 911 from any telephone (the call is free from all pay phones). For non-emergency law enforcement needs, please call the Beaver County Sheriff’s Office at 435-438-2862.