To provide a comprehensive Emergency Management program which coordinates people and resources to protect lives, property and the environment within Craighead County by using an all-hazards approach of mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery for disasters and emergencies.
In the event of a local disaster, open range fire, house fire, industrial or commercial building fire, please notify emergency officials by dialing 9-1-1 immediately.
If you need to speak directly to your local fire department regarding non-life-threatening circumstances, please refer to the list of fire departments included.
In the event of a crime in progress, criminal complaints, or traffic accident involving personal injury or collateral damage, please dial 9-1-1 immediately.
If you need to speak directly to law enforcement authorities regarding a domestic dispute, public nuisance, environmental hazard, or otherwise non-life-threatening occurrences that require special attention, please refer to the comprehensive list of local, state, and regional law enforcement authorities.
Emergency Health Care
In the event of poisoning, chronic illness, severe injury, or any other potential life-threatening medical emergency, please dial 9-1-1 immediately to have an ambulance dispatched on location.
If you need to refer to a local hospital, clinic, or other medical facility regarding a non-life-threatening situation, please use the included listing to make a call or otherwise contact local medical authorities.