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911 Cell Phone Bank

CPB


 

About 911 Cell Phone Bank^Arrow to Top^

Each year over 100 million people upgrade their old cell phones. Most simply toss them in a drawer and forget about them. Our mission is to maximize the benefits of retired cell phones while minimizing their environmental impact. Reusing cell phones ensures that the greatest possible value is recovered and quite literally gives old phones new life.

To that end, in May of 2004, the 911 Cell Phone Bank was created to provide an ongoing and readily available source of 911 emergency cell phones and funds to meet the unexpected and urgent needs of participating law enforcement and affiliated victim services agencies.

The Clallam County Sheriff's Office has partnered with the Cell Phone Bank to provide an easy and affordable method for qualifying residents to have access to the 911 emergency network at no charge.

To date, the 911 Cell Phone Bank has distributed more than 93,000 emergency cell phones to participating agencies nationwide.

Cell Phones are programmed to only connect to 911 emergency services and work anywhere in Clallam County.

 

Drop Off Locations - Clallam County^Arrow to Top^

 

Cell Phones and accessories can be dropped off at the following locations:Cell Phone Drop Box and Staff

 

Clallam Bay/Seiku

Clallam Bay Library
16990 Highway 112
Clallam Bay, WA 98326

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Port Angeles

Clallam County Sheriff's Office
223 E 4th St Suite 12
Port Angeles ,  WA  98362

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Port Angeles Library
2210 South Peabody Street
Port Angeles, WA 98362

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Sequim

Sequim Library
630 N. Sequim Ave.
Sequim, WA 98382

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Sunland HOA
135 Fairway Drive
Sequim, WA 98382

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How Does the Program Work?^Arrow to Top^

 

Contributions:

Anyone with an old or no longer used cell phone may turn them in at drop off locations listed above. This includes chargers, cases, and batteries, and accessories as well. Any cell phone is welcome.

Once collected, the donated phones are shipped to the 911 Cell Phone Bank for reconditioning.

In return new, 911 enabled cell phones are returned to the Sheriff's Office for distribution to those in need.

Tax Deductible Receipt available: Cell Phone Receipt (PDF)

 

Participation:

The 911 Cell Phone Bank is designed to provide free cell phones to:

  • Senior Citizens
  • Individuals Who Live Alone
  • Victims of Domestic Violence or Other Violent Crimes.
  • OR individuals who may have no other way of 911 for emergency services.

The service is FREE to qualifying participants.

If you are in need of an emergency cell phone, know someone who is, or have other related questions, please contact Community Policing.

Phone: 360.417.2376

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Email: