To report an emergency or a crime or suspicious activity that is in progress, call 911 or (510) 881-1121 from a cell phone, 24 hours a day. Park Rule Violations To report park rule violations such as reckless bike, skate or scooter riding, failure to properly leash or control pets, and improper trail usage such as mountain biking on restricted trails, please call Dispatch at (510) 881-1833, 24 hours a day.
For non-emergencies you may submit a Park Watch Report by mail or by fax using the Park Watch Report brochure, available for download below and in many District brochure boxes. To provide information about a crime that we might find useful in our investigation, call the confidential tip line telephone at (510) 690-6521. Citizen Complaints During normal business hours external complaints about Police personnel shall be referred to one of the following: The Chief of Police An on-duty sergeant The on-duty watch commander After normal business hours, complainants should contact Public Safety Dispatch at (510) 881-1833 to be referred to the ranking on-duty commanding officer.
When such complaints cannot be resolved to the complainant's satisfaction, the complainant may print and complete the Citizen Report Form and to mail it to the listed address as soon as possible. Dog Bites To report dog bites or other injuries, call the District Police and Fire Dispatch at (510) 881-1121. Anyone involved in a dog bite or any incident resulting in injury in the East Bay Regional Park District is required to exchange information with other involved parties.
Injured Animal To report an injured animal, call the District Police and Fire Dispatch at (510) 881-1121. District Rules and RegulationsSee Also: Fort Worth Animal Shelter
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If you find an injured wild animal, watch it first to see how badly hurt it is. Then if possible take it to a nearby vet or wildlife rehabilitator. It’s often faster to take an animal to a vet yourself as your nearest RSPCA officer may be out of the area attending other calls. If you are unable to transport the animal, call 0300 1234 999. If possible, contain the animal before calling - see advice below.
Caution! Wild animals can scratch and bite when frightened, particularly if they are injured. If in doubt, keep a safe distance and call us. Apply common sense when approaching an injured animal: Never lift a wild animal, unless you are sure that you can do so without risk to yourself or others. Wear gloves when handling all wild animals, especially oiled wildlife – pollutants like oil can be hazardous.
Keep the animal away from your face. Wash your hands thoroughly after handling an animal. Take care in dangerous locations, such as a busy road. Watch from a distance first to see whether the animal is still alive, call for help if you can’t reach it safely. If you find a whale, dolphin or porpoise on a beach call us or the BDMLR immediately. Keep a safe distance and don’t touch the animal.
Never try to free an animal from a snare or trap – you risk hurting yourself and the animal and it could be an offence if the animal was legally caught. Stay back to avoid stressing the animal and call us with the location. Capture and boxing injured wildlife If it’s safe to catch and handle the animal, then, wearing suitable gloves, quickly place it into a secure cardboard box with ventilation holes, lined with towel or newspaper.
Keep the animal quiet and take it to a vet, one of our wildlife centres or your local wildlife rehabilitator, (but note not all have been inspected by us). If you are unable to transport the animal, call 0300 1234 999. Sign up to our newsletter for more animal care advice Our monthly newsletter is packed full of pet care advice, hints and tips on helping wildlife, our latest news, rehoming success stories and more.
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