Communications

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The  Clinton County Sheriff’s Office Communications Center is staffed 
24 hours a day 7 days a week in three 8 hour COMMUNshifts, There are 10 Full-Time Dispatchers and 2 Part-Time Dispatchers.

Dispatchers are the first line of communications at the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office. Dispatchers not only answer 911 calls, but also non-emergency and administrative calls. It is up to the dispatchers to connect callers with the right person to help them whatever their needs maybe.

Another aspect of the dispatcher’s job is sending units to calls. The Clinton County Sheriff’s Office Communications Center currently dispatches for the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office, Sabina Police Department, Blanchester Police Department, New Vienna Police Department, Port William Police Department. Clinton-Warren Joint Fire Department (Clarksville), Clinton South Fire Department (Midland), Chester Township Fire Department, Clinton-Highland Joint Fire Department (New Vienna), Martinsville Fire Department, and Blanchester EMS.

Due to the number of agencies dispatched by our department it is important for our dispatch team to work efficiently and be able to multitask. At any given time there could be multiple agencies out on multiple calls. This is  accomplished through the use of a computer aided dispatch (CAD) program that provides mapping and documentation solutions that enable our dispatcher’s to work in a more efficient manner.

The Communications Division is the life-line of the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office and is a key component to the safety of all of Clinton County First Responders.

For more information contact:

Rhonda Bailey   (937) 382-1611
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