EVANS POLICE DEPARTMENT
Angola, New York 14006
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Douglas J. Czora, Chief of Police
When emergency and non-emergency calls are received in the communications center, they are prioritized. Officers are dispatched to calls requiring an immediate response such as a life-threatening situation or a crime in progress before other calls for service. The communications center also has a Telephone Device for the Deaf (TDD) that is used to assist hearing impaired callers.
- Your name, address and telephone number
- Descriptions of suspects including: sex, race, height, weight, age, clothing, weapons, and vehicles
Never call 9-1-1 and just hang up. It is our policy to call back and attempt to verify if there is an emergency. If we can not verify to our satisfaction that everything is all right, our policy is to send police officers to the indicated address.
If you dial 9-1-1 from your cellular phone in Erie County, remember that the call will probably be routed to a police agency such as Buffalo Police, the State Police or the Erie County Sheriffs Department. From there, the call will be transferred to the local police agency. If you know the seven-digit number of the jurisdiction where you are reporting the incident, you can call that instead of 9-1-1.
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