911 Information

Milford (Massachusetts) 9-1-1 Emergency Services Can Now Respond to "Silent Calls"

If you need to call 9-1-1 and are unable to speak for any reason including physical disability or no access to a TTY, follow these simple instructions using a touch-tone telephone: First: Dial 9-1-1, then if you need: Police press (1), Fire press (2), an Ambulance, press (3). The 9-1-1 dispatcher will then send the appropriate responding agency.

Milford (Massachusetts) E911 Emergency Information - Milford, Massachusetts, residents can now pre-alert their local emergency services that they have special situations to be considered in the event of an emergency. After submitting this document and then dialing 911, your important personal information will appear before the emergency response person and it will be passed on to responding emergency personnel. To pre-alert emergency services of your needs download the form and instructions here: "E911 - Disability Indicator Form".

*If the disability indicator form is not completed properly, the information will not be entered into the 9-1-1 system.*

When filling out the form, be sure to:
1. Give your Milford (Massachusetts) 10 digit telephone number, name, and address
2. Check the appropriate box or boxes,
3. Sign and date the form,
4. Submit the form to your Milford (Massachusetts) 9-1-1 Municipal Coordinator for processing by mailing it to: 
Richard A. Villani, E911 Coordinator
Milford Town Hall
52 Main Street
Milford, MA 01757
Any questions should be referred to the Milford 9-1-1 Municipal Coordinator:
Mr. Richard A. Villani at telephone (508) 634-2303, FAX (508) 634-2324.
Another option exists for Milford residents to submit Emergency Information to Police, Fire and Emergency Medical Services.  It is called Smart 911 and Milford is the first community in the Commonwealth to have it installed.  Smart 911 allows residents to go onto a secure website and enter any information they feel is pertinent to emergency personnel, including particular medical conditions, information about their home and photographs of family members.
Milford Police Chief, Thomas O’Loughlin says that when someone calls 911, their Smart 911 profile will automatically come up and then can be sent to the tablet computers in officers' cruisers.
To enter information in the Smart911 database, click on this link:

Read more: http://www.milforddailynews.com/news/x898139574/Milford-is-first-town-in-the-state-to-get-Smart-911-a-potentially-life-saving-system#ixzz2QU00gKAi