The Brunswick County E911 Communications Center is the Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) for Brunswick County, Virginia. The Center answers all 911 calls for Brunswick County and dispatches the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office, three town police departments, six fire departments, two rescue squads, one Fire & EMS Agency, the Virginia Department of State Police, the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, and animal control.
Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office
120 E. Hicks Street
P.O. Box 705
Lawrenceville, Virginia 23868
Devon Clary, E911 Coordinator
Joy Seward, Chief of Communications
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHEN TO CALL 911:
• When a crime is in progress or has occurred
• Any fire or risk of fire
• Motor vehicle accidents
• When someone requires immediate medical attention
• Any suspicious or dangerous condition
When you dial 911, a Communications Officer will answer the phone with the following question:
"Brunswick County 911, where is your emergency?" Be prepared to answer the following questions immediately:
• What is the location of the incident?
• What is the phone number that you are calling from?
• What is your name?
The Communications Officers may ask you additional questions based on the type of incident you are reporting. Speak clearly and calmly in order to provide accurate information as quickly as possible. Callers should stay on the phone until the Communications Officer indicates that it is OK to end the call.