I supervise a busy 911/Police/Fire Communication Center in a municipality of 100,000 people. Every day we answer around a hundred 911 calls. About half of those are accidental (pocket-dials, butt-dials, little kids pushing buttons on the phone). Lately though we've noticed a concerning new trend with accidental 911 calls -- people squeezing their iPhones into cupholders in their vehicles, lawn chairs, and even floating pool chairs. This has the effect of forcing-down the sleep/wake button and the volume button -- which results in an automatic "Emergency Mode" call to 911. It cannot be defeated (PLEASE DO NOT TRY IT!) This never used to happen when the sleep/wake button was on top, but now that it's on the side of newer iPhones it happens almost too easily. I've even done it myself with my iPhone 11 in my car cupholder. This sunny afternoon my shift dealt with a dozen of these, almost all in campgrounds & parks and on beaches. Every one of these takes resources away from true emergencies, and there's certainly no shortage of those now. I so wish Apple could change this -- block the Emergency Mode 911 call if the phone is stationary and not moving around. Please give those of us answering 911 calls a fighting chance.