April 29, 2017

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911 Emergency

 911 Emergency

In an emergency, citizens should call 911. 

If a call is not of an emergency in nature, but an officer is still requested, you should dial 269-781-0911.  The call will ring into the Calhoun County Consolidated Dispatch Center, which is located in the Calhoun County Building at 315 West Green Street in Marshall.  

If you're not sure if you need an officer's response, please call the Marshall Police Department at 269-781-2596, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. through 6:00 p.m. to speak with a Police Clerk.   If you have a concern or think you may need to speak with an officer and it is after office hours, simply dial 269-781-0911.

The Calhoun County Consolidated Dispatch Authority (911) is responsible for all 911 calls that are received from residents of the City of Marshall. It dispatches police, fire, and ambulance units to emergencies that occur in the City. The Center employs civilian dispatchers, who are trained in all Enhanced 911 operational procedures.
 


 



posted 06-17-2010 [Police Department]