Learn About Calling 9-1-1
The Coral Springs Emergency Communications Center (ECC) is the Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) for all 9-1-1 calls placed within the City of Coral Springs. In addition to voice 9-1-1 calls, the ECC also receives and processes text to 9-1-1.
The ECC not only processes emergency 9-1-1 calls, but also completes numerous activities in support of public safety. Employees dispatch first responders, monitor dispatch radio channels, relay pertinent information to the field, and to other agencies and businesses.
The ECC is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Although they are important, please call 954-344-1800 less-serious crimes, including noise complaints, curfew violations, parking violations, barking dogs, or situations that occurred some time ago but still require a report.
The Coral Springs Police Department has an Online Crime Reporting System designed to make it easier and more convenient to file a police report without leaving home, however not every crime can be reported using this online system. See the CPD Online Crime Reporting page for details.
Please also use 954-344-1800 to request a phone number for your neighborhood police district or other police departments, or for general police department policy and procedure questions that do not require an immediate response.
By your using the non-emergency number, you ensure 9-1-1 lines are available for emergency calls. Deliberate misuse of 9-1-1 is a crime that endangers lives.
Emergency and life-threatening calls take priority over non-emergency calls. There may be events where the patrol officers are extremely busy with priority calls. Please be patient.