IS YOUR CELL PHONE REGISTERED IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY?
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH
BE INFORMED, STAY INFORMED with
LOCAL REVERSE 9-1-1, a.k.a Community Emergency Notification System (CENS)
CENS allows emergency responders to reach out to you via text alerts or voice recorded messages in the event of an emergency in your specific neighborhood.
Notifications could include missing children, endangered adults, police incidents, hazardous spills, floods, and fires.
Each registered cell number is directly associated with your home address (up to 3 numbers per address).
If you move, it is your responsibility to re-register.
Register online at www.911alertsyou.co
m (Do not text 9-1-1 to register.
9-1-1 should only be used in an emergency).
CENS is administered by the Maricopa Association of Governments, in partnership with local agency 9-1-1 communicators.
Help change the facts. Speak up, speak out, and make a difference for victims of domestic violence.
Domestic violence is most likely to occur between 6 pm and 6 am.
Survivors of domestic violence face high rates of depression, sleep disturbances, anxiety, flashbacks and other emotional distress.
Every year, more than 3 million children witness domestic violence in their homes.
Avondale Police Department Victim Services Unit at (623) 333-7219 (this is not a 24 hour hotline), or the Maricopa County Crisis Hotline (602) 222-9444 (24 hours).
DON’T BE A VICTIM OF PROPERTY CRIME LOCK IT
Lock your vehicle every time you leave it
unattended and always remove your valuables.
If you cannot remove your valuables, hide them in a
trunk, under the seats, in the glove box, or other compart- ments in the vehicle.
Personal responsibility is the best prevention to safeguard personal property and to prevent becoming a victim.
#1 FACT Most domestic violence incidents are never reported.
Police Department (623) 333-7000
Policing Together #APDcares
If you view a crime in progress or any suspicious person/event please call 911.
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