Calling 9-1-1

You should call 911 for emergencies only. An emergency is when immediate police, fire, or ambulance assistance is necessary. When you call, be prepared to state the location of your emergency, type of emergency, your name, and your phone number.

Stay calm and be prepared to answer a list of questions concerning your emergency.

If you accidentally dial 911, please do not hang up. Stay on the line and let the telecommunicator know it was an accident.  

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1. Apex Police Department Patch
2. Calling 9-1-1
3. Fingerprints and/or Criminal Background Checks
4. Installation of Car Seats
5. Involvement in Motor Vehicle Crash
6. Noise Ordinance
7. Paying Tickets
8. How do I appeal a parking ticket?
9. Police Department Tours
10. Rabid or Suspected Rabid Animal
11. Status of my Case
12. Stray Animals
13. Use Firearm, Air Soft gun, BB gun, Paint Ball gun or a Bow and Arrow inside the Town limits
14. Are you hiring?
15. How can I obtain a copy of a police report?
16. Do you require my home or business alarm to be registered?
17. How do I change my court date?
18. When do I have to stop for a stopped school bus?
19. How do I navigate a roundabout?