Air Force

July 11, 2014

IMPORTANT INCIDENT REPORTING NUMBERS AND PROCEDURES

For 24-hour security assistance, call the Base Defense Operations Center (BDOC) at 655-2981 through 2985.

  • Use if you need immediate security assistance
  • Use to report all criminal activity
  • Use to report Resource Protection issues
  • Use to report traffic accidents

To report incidents affecting Protection Level 1, 2 or 3 resources, call the Security Incident Hotline at 655-3777.

To report incidents that are suspicious in nature to Security Forces, call 655-7777.

Please be prepared to provide the following:

  • Who: How many personnel and what were they wearing?
  • What: What act was committed? What is the discrepancy?
  • When: When did the incident occur?
  • Where: Where did the incident occur?
  • Why: Why was it suspicious?

In case of emergency, dial 655-2911

  • Your call will be routed directly to emergency dispatch at March Fire Department; March Fire and Security Forces will respond.
  • If you call 655-2911 from any phone, the call will be routed directly to emergency dispatch at March Fire Department; March Fire and Security Forces will respond.
  • If you call “911” from your cell phone, the call goes to Riverside County Dispatch, who will forward your call to the March Fire Department.



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