Call 911 for any response, emergency or non-emergency, 24 hours a day.
Reasons to Call 911
Residents should call 911 any time they need police, fire, or ambulance to respond. The following reasons are acceptable reasons to call 911:
Call 911 for any situation that requires a police officer, such as traffic accidents, burglaries, thefts, property damage, parking complaints, ordinance violations, or animal control issues.
Call 911 to request an ambulance, receive medical attention, or to report fires or signs of a fire such as smoke or fire alarms.
Call 911 to report odd, suspicious, or criminal activity such as shouts for help, breaking glass, loitering, trespassing, or suspicious vehicles or people.
If you witness an accident, fire, or crime, call 911.
If you encounter any incident that may require the response of the police, fire, or ambulance personnel, call 911.
Lakeville residents with informational questions or questions regarding reports, investigations, persons under arrest, impounded vehicles or animals, or community programs can contact the Lakeville Police Department administrative office at 952-985-2800 Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. For informational questions after hours contact the Dakota Communications Center at 952-322-2323.