The Rescue Squad is a volunteer organization staffed by Daleville Department of Public Safety employees, city employees, and volunteers from our community responding 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Contact us by calling 334-598-4442.
The Rescue Squad provides Basic Life Support (BLS) rescue and ambulance service within the city limits and police jurisdiction of the City of Daleville and to the Town of Clayhatchee.
CPR is a life-saving combination of timely chest compressions & rescue breathing delivered to a person who is not breathing and/or whose heart has stopped beating.
Are you prepared in the event of an emergency?
Research clearly shows the sooner someone receives CPR and defibrillation from an AED after going into cardiac arrest, the more likely they are to survive. As an emergency medical service, we look to the community to help us by becoming trained in CPR and learning how to use an AED.
WE PROUDLY OFFER CPR TRAINING TO ALL OUR RESIDENTS AT A COST OF $25 PER PERSON
A simple four-hour class can do so much when seconds truly count. Show someone you love them, and learn CPR. It is our belief that all members of the community should be certified to perform CPR (Cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and know how to use an AED (automatic external defibrillator).
Daleville Rescue is an American Heart Association (AHA) training site. Whether you are an individual in the community, a medical professional, or a business owner looking to train your employees in CPR, our staff will work closely with you to set up a training program that allows you or your employees to help others in their time of need.
The mission of the Daleville Department of Public Safety E911 Dispatch Center is to serve the citizens and visitors of our community by answering emergency calls for service and dispatching the appropriate police, fire, or rescue services, 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week when needed. It is our goal to handle all such requests in a courteous, professional, expeditious manner in order to reduce/ minimize as much as possible the injury, loss, and/ or trauma associated with that specific incident.
What You Can Do To Help 9-1-1 Help You!
Remain calm and speak clearly.
Identify which emergency service you require -Police, Fire, or Ambulance
Be prepared to provide the following: What is happening - location - what is your name, address, and telephone number.
Please remain on the line to provide additional information if requested to do so by the call taker.
DO NOT HANG UP UNTIL THE DISPATCHER ADVISES YOU TO DO SO.
It is important to have your house numbers visible from the street. This will assist emergency responders in locating you as quickly as possible.