A couple of weeks ago I came across a situation where I felt it necessary to call 911. I don't know if there is an ongoing investigation or not so I won't elaborate. I made the call and when the first officer showed up I promptly informed (my first inform ever by the way). The officer replied "Ok, thanks" and started his investigation. About 5 minutes or so later, his supervisor showed up, came over to me and introduced himself. I informed right away and he replied "Ok, thanks". Then he gave a little laugh and said "We don't worry about people who do what they are supposed to do, we worry about the ones that don't let us know." Still yet later a detective came over to talk to me, this time I was in the car. I kept both hands on the wheel and informed promptly. His reply … "Ok, thanks" and then asked me what he needed to know.
All in all, a great first inform experience and a total none issue for the PD as near as I could tell.
Sherlock Holmes : "You have arms, I suppose?"
Dr. Watson : "Yes, I thought it well to take them."
Sherlock Holmes : "Most certainly. Keep your revolver near you night and day and never relax your precautions"
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle "The Hound of the Baskervilles"