Local Police Urge Texans To Save Non-Emergency Numbers In Case Of 911 Service Failure

This past week, AT&T customers in crisis situations were in for a rude surprise when dialing 9-1-1 didn’t work. That’s right. The service went down.

“You may have heard that AT&T customers were unable to dial 911 for a period last night,” the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office posted on Facebook. “If that happened to you, would you know what number to call to reach your local law enforcement agency? Save our number in your phone now: 281-341-4665.”

One thing is for certain, if you’re in a car accident or some thug is breaking into your house at 2AM, the last thing you need to be doing is riffling through Google for non-emergency emergency numbers. So, here they are. Save these to your phone, and be sure to list the contact name as something easy to find when you’re flustered, such as “9-1-1 Non-Emergency.” Saving the contact name as a number should also make the contact show up first in your contacts list for fast and easy access.

Harris County Non-Emergency:

Harris County Sheriff: (713) 221-6000
Houston Police (HPD): (713) 884-3131
Harris County Constable Precinct 1: 713-755-7628
Harris County Constable Precinct 2: (713) 477-4070
Harris County Constable Precinct 3: 713-274-2500
Harris County Constable Precinct 4: 281.376.3472
Harris County Constable Precinct 5: 281-463-6666
Harris County Constable Precinct 6: 713-274-3400
Harris County Constable Precinct 7: (713) 643-6602
Harris County Constable Precinct 8: (281) 488-4040

Montgomery County Non-Emergency:

Montgomery County Sheriff: (936) 760-5800

Waller County Non-Emergency:

Waller County Sheriff: (979)826-8282

Fort Bend County Non-Emergency:

Fort Bend County Sheriff: 281-341-4665

We will continue to add more Emergency Phone Numbers to this list, including more police numbers, fire department numbers, and EMT / ambulance numbers. If you would like to add numbers to the list, please comment the information below and we will update shortly.

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