I have to be able call them when they are needed, My capsuleer’s life is in danger and like real cops chasing other bad guys around they will not know about the crime except through forensics.
Your statement about luring cops away from a hit site is another reason for a 911 button, thank you for your input.
Imagine the world without the ability to call law enforcement, that’s EVE currently. Some future that is. Perhaps that should be the new advertising slogan, “Come mine asteroids where you can’t call the space cops.” Or how about “Criminals unite, the cops can only come after you commit the crimes.” even Baldur’s Gate had guards show up when the fights would start or when crimes were being committed if they were close enough to detect it, and these future cops in EVE have super star destroyer levels of technology, I’m sure they could get a call from a capsuleer in trouble and respond from a system away even quicker than it takes to destroy Omega-class ships.
If that’s not the case, then 2 things are needed: First a 911 button, and second, an affordable super-powerful short term shield, kind of like the invulnerability you receive when you leave a station. So you push the button and for a set period of time (30 seconds or some other time amount) you are invulnerable but can’t warp out to allow the time for the cops to show up if they are close enough. Otherwise the shield expires and the gankers that stayed can have at you but realize that the cops are on the way.
An in-game Omega 911 button should be considered due to this obvious flaw in the game structure. Once you start messing with Omega class ships and equipment, you have #1. Paid for a subscription, #2 mined, made (market) or bought/traded for millions of ISK, and #3 spent the time gathering and assembling Omega subscription equipment.
Your real-world Omega subscription has technically paid the “911 Tax” to be able to call the cops if Gank-mobs appear to be attacking you while playing.