The Warren County Communications Center operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and is currently staffed by:
- 31 Emergency Communications Operators
- 6 Emergency Communications Supervisors
The Communications Center is the primary dispatch and communications for 11 police agencies and 14 fire and/or EMS agencies. In addition, Communications dispatches the dog wardens and answers after hours for various county departments.
The Warren County Communications Center is dedicated to providing the finest and most professional Public Safety Communications services. We strive to provide these services in the most accurate, expeditious and technologically efficient manner possible. We are the first link in the chain between the public and emergency public safety services and willingly accept that responsibility .
Our standard is excellence and our model of success is teamwork. Through our actions, we help save lives, protect property, and assist our citizens in their time of need.
We understand the uniqueness of the communities that we serve and strive to meet the needs of each of them. We value diversity among our staff and encourage each employee to take responsibility and make contributions to improve our services. It is this commitment that drives us to serve with integrity, excellence, compassion, and professionalism.