• Anonymous
    October 11, 2019
    Unknown
    Canada
    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
    Unknown
    Canada
    A scam - never divulge any personal/financal info to these clowns
  • Anonymous
    November 5, 2018
    Unknown
    Canada
    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
    Unknown
    Canada
    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. ????
  • Some info for you.
    November 16, 2014
    Unknown
    Canada
    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.

Sample complaints we have found for (604) 215-4934

  • Connoly Watson
    It was a lady, she said I had called 911 by mistake
  • called
    After calling 911 to report an accident I received a follow up call from this number. It is 911. It should be taken seriously and if you believe it could be spoofed number they should be able to provide a number to call back.
  • how bizarre
  • Linton
    Claimed to be the police, asking if everything was ok
  • P
    Called 9-1-1 and spoke with Vancouver Police. An hour later this number showed on my call log as a missed call (my ringer was off). I called back but got a pre-recorded 'not in service' message. Thanks everyone for helping identify this number - it may well be legit. Police don't usually want to give out too much info over the phone when they are trying to reach someone who might be in danger, for obvious reasons.
  • figured it out
    Just replyng to my own posting here:

    I called the Van Police Non-emerg line just now and told them what happened. They confirmed that it IS their number.  She even told me that if you tried calling it back it would say it is out of service as it is a dispatch numeber only. Cell phones can go into "non emerg call" mode and dial 911 even if your phone is locked.  And apparently it doesnt' show up on your call display that you called.  It's all good...call van police non-emerg yourself if you're worried, cause that's what i did!  Dont' worry people... your info is safe if you gave it out.  That's what i was so worried about...
    cheers!

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