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Important Contacts & Most  Used Resources

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Columbus Police Department & Emergency Response Contacts:

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Call 911 for...

  • Any immediate threat to a person's life
  • Any fire situation
  • Any crime in progress
  • Any "unknown" type of situation

How can you help?

  • Use 911 for true emergencies
  • When you call, stay on the line, do not hang up, even if you dialed 911 accidentally
  • Quickly describe the emergency
  • Answer the call taker's questions
  • Give the location of the emergency
  • Remain calm

Use 614-645-4545 to call the Police:

  • If it is not an emergency
  • If a crime has been committed, but is no longer in progress
  • To report a suspicious vehicle or person(s)


What you need to know about texting 911!

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Poison Control

1-800-222-1222

TTY (614) 228-2272

  • If the person has collapsed, has stopped breathing, or is having seizures, call 911 right away!
  • Do NOT make the poisoned person throw up!
  • Bring the person and poison to the phone if possible!

www.poison.org

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National Suicide

Prevention Hotline

1-800-273-TALK (8255)


The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.


www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org

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CPD Contacts

Our Zone: 2

Our Precinct: 20

Our Cruiser District: 204


Community Liaison Officer:

Officer Poole

[email protected]

614-645-1420

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Water Emergencies

(614) 645-7788

Electric Emergencies

(614) 645-7627

Sewer Emergencies

(614) 645-7102

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1-800-672-2231

  • Report an Outage
  • Check Status
  • Get Outage Alerts
  • Outage Map

1-800-362-2764


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Animal Related Contacts

TBW Pet & Animal Safety Page for a list of local rescues.

Franklin County Dog Warden

1731 Alum Creek Dr, Columbus, OH

614-462-3400

Fairfield County Dog Warden

1715 Granville Pike

Lancaster, OH

740-652-7180

Ohio Division of Wildlife

614-481-6300

Ohio Wildlife Center

2661 Billingsley Rd.

Columbus, Oh

614-793-WILD (9453)

(Injured Animals)