- non- + emergency (Wiktionary)
“And 41 per cent of babies are born at between 37 and 39 weeks – a figure that is on the rise, largely because of an increase in nonemergency or elective caesareans.”
“I called the nonemergency number of the local police station and said there was a man outside trying to take pictures of me undressed.”
“At eight forty-five, I called the nonemergency line for dispatch.”
“If you call the nonemergency phone number, 234-6100, you'll be connected through the automated system to any division within the department during regular business hours.”
“I called the nonemergency number for Corpus Christi Police Department to report the accident and was told that they would not dispatch an officer since it was on private property.”
“Those include a mandate that any "nonemergency" spending increases be offset by equal spending cuts or tax increases.”
“Meanwhile, the city experienced a brief surge in calls to the fire department, 911 and its 311 nonemergency service line.”
“In addition, the proposal wants the board to begin nonemergency CEO succession planning at least three years before an expected transition, as well as maintain an emergency plan.”
“Atlanta plans to introduce 311, a nonemergency customer-service line, and attempt to reduce street homelessness.”
“And though the city's nonemergency hot line, 311, did report a record 34,044 bedbug-related calls for the fiscal year ended June 30, a 7% increase, as a proportion of overall traffic there were slightly fewer bedbug-related calls made in fiscal year 2011 than in 2010.”
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