Devastating attacks on the World Trade Center as well as the war with Iraq have left many citizens concerned about the possibility of future incidents in the United States and their potential impact.
There are things you can do to prepare emergencies and reduce the stress that you may be experiencing. Taking preparatory action can reassure you and your family that you can exert a measure of control even in the face of such events.
|Language Translators are available when calling the police department.|
|Sacramento Police Department||911|
|Sacramento Police Department
(Emergency 7 digit number- For use with cell phones)
|Sacramento Police Department (Non-emergency)||(916) 264-5471|
|Sacramento Fire Department||911|
|Sacramento Fire Department (Non-emergency)||311|
|Sacramento City Operator||311|
|Department of Health and Human Services||(916) 875-5471|
|FBI (Sacramento Office)||(916) 481-9110|
|Federal Emergency Management Agency||(202) 646-2500|
|Centers for Disease Control||(800) 232-4636|
|California Office of Emergency Services||(916) 845-8510|
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