• Some info for you.
    November 16, 2014
    If you get a call from this number it means that your phone has dialled 911. Protocol for receiving 911 calls with no one on the line (pocket dials, abandoned calls (hang ups) is to call back - minimum of two times. The 4934 number does not accept incoming calls because the 911 centre only receives calls from the 911 line or local non-emergency calls. If you dial 911 it will NOT show up in your call/log history to prevent future accidental calls. If you call back on non-emergency and have to wait it means non-emergency operators are helping to answer emergency calls which take first priority. They cannot "clear" your phone number...any call that comes into a 911 centre will register and they will call it back each and every time and if they know your location (e.g. landline) police can be sent as well to check on you. What people should do to prevent pocket dials is...store cells carefully (in a case is best), keep them locked, don't preprogram 911 into any phone, if you dial accidentally, don't hang up - stay on line (if you know you have dialled by mistake) and ask your cell phone manufacturer to produce phones with better safeguards. These things will greatly assist all 911 centres.
  • Jerkman
    September 6, 2021
    Scam call
    Caller: Some dooshe

    Called my parents 5x. Looking for me. Realized I had a missed call today ..gave some fake case number. Fake name. Suck a d
  • Anonymous
    January 27, 2020
    Call centre
    THIS IS CORRECT. They'll be asking you questions to confirm your safety, and won't be asking you for your SIN number or banking information (eye roll). You'll likely be asked if you can speak freely and would be able to tell the operator if you were in trouble.

    Also, your cell phone will not show a 911 call made in your call history. It is that way for safety, in case you are in a duress situation, so that your phone does not show you've dialed 911. In addition to that, many phones are set to dial 911 simply by holding down a single key...as you might imagine, this can cause butt dials and purse dials very easily. Check with your cell service provider to confirm this.

    If a 911 operator is calling you back, and you hang up on them in ignorance because you do not realize your phone has dialed without your knowledge, there are procedures that they are required to follow to confirm your safety. You might consider how much time this takes away from answering other, legitimate, life and death emergency calls. Answer the safety questions and carry on with your day.
  • puzzled
    January 9, 2020
    Caller: (604) 215-4934

    recvd 2 calls no mssg and no, I did NOT dial 911.
  • Anonymous
    October 11, 2019
    Called twice in a row, left no message. The phone was off for several days due to being out of town then once turned on was sitting on the coffee table charging with no one touching it. I did NOT dial 911!

    If this is a legit police number E-comm better look into this!
  • Anonymous
    May 15, 2019
    A scam - never divulge any personal/financal info to these clowns
  • Anonymous
    November 5, 2018
    got a message from this number asking if I was from victim services. tried calling back and it said number not in service.
  • Anonymous
    July 27, 2018
    a voice message left on my service was a very quickly rattled off message about my vehicle having been removed and then, oddly, about it now being safe to drive. My vehicle was where it always was, and there is nothing illegal about the way it is parked or being driven. ????

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  • Alan
    I accidentally dialed 911 and hung up, this number called me back. The caller was the Surrey RCMP, a car was then dispatched to my home to make sure all was good. So the lesson here is even if you call 911 and hang up they will call you until you pick up. The uniformed officer was pleasant and understanding, and left after a couple of minutes.
  • reallynotsureaboutthis
    Exact same thing happened to my bf last night, only they asked for all his personal info...name, address, birthdate, what he was doing...and they said they would send somebody to the house just to check it out and make sure everything was okay...they never showed up though.  Is this a scam or what?  911 was not listed in his calls made, but if you say the phone can slip into emergency mode....i guess its' possible since he was running around with the phone in his back pocket...  still, i'm very skeptical.
  • dave
    It is definitely the police. I pocket dialed from my blackberry and they called me. I called the non Emergency line and they confirmed I had called the emergency line. It's not a scam
  • Rose
    Same thing happened to me while in the office. Was cleaning the phone and must have dialled 911. RCMP called that they recived a call from this number and asked if everything is fine. It is certainly the RCMP. The ploce car immediately came by and checked that everything was okay. Not a scam.
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    on October 18, 2008

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