When should I call 9-1-1?
9-1-1 should be used for all emergencies. Some examples of emergencies include:
• If you smell smoke or see fire
• To get help for someone who is hurt
• If you see someone getting hurt
• If you see a crime in progress
• If you're not sure you have an emergency

When a Libertyville 9-1-1 Dispatcher receives a 9-1-1 call, they immediately know where the call was placed from. In addition, the call can quickly be transferred to any nearby public safety agency. If the call is reporting a medical emergency, the dispatcher can give pre-arrival instructions over the phone.
For non-emergency calls, please dial our business number, 847-362-8310.

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1. What is the ordinance covering vehicles parked on the street overnight?
2. Where do I call for power outage or severe weather information?
3. Can I obtain a handicapped parking hangtag at the Police Department?
4. I need to have my fingerprints taken. Can the Police Department do this for me?
5. When should I call 9-1-1?
6. What happens when I dial 9-1-1?
7. Why do the dispatchers ask so many questions?
8. Can I call 9-1-1 from a Cellular Phone?
9. What if I call 9-1-1 by mistake?
10. Can you handle calls from hearing impaired or non-English speakers?