Clark County Office of Emergency Communications
The Clark County, Indiana Office of Emergency Communications, also known as the Clark County 911 Center, operates 24 hours a day seven days a week and is responsible for answering all 911 and non-emergency calls for the citizens of Clark County, Indiana.
Even though the Clark County 911 Center has multiple functions, there are two primary job functions within the Communications Center.
- Receiving incoming calls. When a telephone call is received by the Center either via 911 or on a non-emergency line, the Telecommunicator collects the information from the caller. The information is then prioritized for dispatching.
- Dispatching the call. The operator then dispatches the call to the appropriate agency or agencies.
For additional information please visit their website www.clarkcounty911.org