Robertson County 911

Robertson County 911 Emergency Communications Center for Robertson County Tennessee

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Today marks 20 years since that September day. We will never forget the lives that were lost and the sacrifices that wer...
09/11/2021

Today marks 20 years since that September day. We will never forget the lives that were lost and the sacrifices that were made on September 11, 2001. Today we honor and remember them. 🇺🇸 🕊

Today marks 20 years since that September day. We will never forget the lives that were lost and the sacrifices that were made on September 11, 2001. Today we honor and remember them. 🇺🇸 🕊

⚡️Please share and save this post for future use! ⚡️Power outages can be stressful, but calling 911 to report a power ou...
08/01/2021

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Power outages can be stressful, but calling 911 to report a power outage potentially delays service to others who may be trying to report a life threatening situation. Below are the contact numbers for the electric departments that service Robertson County.

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Power outages can be stressful, but calling 911 to report a power outage potentially delays service to others who may be trying to report a life threatening situation. Below are the contact numbers for the electric departments that service Robertson County.

Shout out to the men and women of Springfield Baptist Church for taking time out of their day to show their appreciation...
07/28/2021

Shout out to the men and women of Springfield Baptist Church for taking time out of their day to show their appreciation to our dispatchers. They provided our staff with snacks and led us in prayer. Your kindness is appreciated by everyone at Robertson County 911. Thank you for thinking of us!! 💛

Shout out to the men and women of Springfield Baptist Church for taking time out of their day to show their appreciation to our dispatchers. They provided our staff with snacks and led us in prayer. Your kindness is appreciated by everyone at Robertson County 911. Thank you for thinking of us!! 💛

Please join us in congratulating Robertson County 911 Director Payne on her accomplishment of becoming a NENA certified ...
05/27/2021

Please join us in congratulating Robertson County 911 Director Payne on her accomplishment of becoming a NENA certified Emergency Number Professional. Director Payne has dedicated herself to being a leader in public safety by continuing her education of current issues and developments in the field of emergency communications. Education and training like this are essential in order to better serve the citizens of Robertson County. Congratulations on this achievement, Director Payne!

Please join us in congratulating Robertson County 911 Director Payne on her accomplishment of becoming a NENA certified Emergency Number Professional. Director Payne has dedicated herself to being a leader in public safety by continuing her education of current issues and developments in the field of emergency communications. Education and training like this are essential in order to better serve the citizens of Robertson County. Congratulations on this achievement, Director Payne!

Register today through our website www.robertson911.com or by texting Robertson to 99411 from your smartphone. All citiz...
02/13/2021
Changes to emergency service after the Christmas bombing

Register today through our website www.robertson911.com or by texting Robertson to 99411 from your smartphone. All citizens and local businesses are encouraged to take part in this free service!

For more information feel free to email us at [email protected]

SPRINGFIELD– After the Christmas Day bombing, Robertson 911 center knew they needed more ways to connect with people during emergencies in their county, so they’ve implemented a mass notification system.

In Wake Of Nashville Bombing, Robertson 911 Center Sets Up Citizen Emergency Communication Tool | Smokey Barn News
02/10/2021
In Wake Of Nashville Bombing, Robertson 911 Center Sets Up Citizen Emergency Communication Tool | Smokey Barn News

In Wake Of Nashville Bombing, Robertson 911 Center Sets Up Citizen Emergency Communication Tool | Smokey Barn News

In Wake Of Nashville Bombing, Robertson 911 Center Sets Up Citizen Emergency Communication Tool ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – The Robertson County 911 dispatch Center has something new. It’s called CodeRED and it will allow the center to notify the public of 911 outages, missi...

🚨‼️PLEASE SHARE‼️🚨Robertson County 911 is now offering alerts during emergency events in Robertson County. Code RED noti...
02/09/2021

🚨‼️PLEASE SHARE‼️🚨
Robertson County 911 is now offering alerts during emergency events in Robertson County. Code RED notification system will be used to notify and update citizens during emergency events. There are several different ways to sign up for alerts. Register today through our website at www.robertson911.com or by texting Robertson to 99411 from your smartphone. All citizens and local businesses are encouraged to take part in this free service!

For more information feel free to email us at [email protected]

🚨‼️PLEASE SHARE‼️🚨
Robertson County 911 is now offering alerts during emergency events in Robertson County. Code RED notification system will be used to notify and update citizens during emergency events. There are several different ways to sign up for alerts. Register today through our website at www.robertson911.com or by texting Robertson to 99411 from your smartphone. All citizens and local businesses are encouraged to take part in this free service!

For more information feel free to email us at [email protected]

12/25/2020

***URGENT** PLEASE SHARE *** URGENT****

Due to the explosion and resulting damage this morning in downtown Nashville, 911 phone service has been interrupted. All Robertson County 911 and Non emergency lines are currently down. If you need assistance please contact the numbers listed below. Law enforcement, Fire Departments, and Robertson EMS will be available on their department lines as well. We are working to resolve these issues as soon as possible and will notify when our services have been restored.

Dispatch numbers
615-708-1576
615-708-3303
615-708-2925
615-708-8269

EMS numbers
615-384-1414
615-384-2186

12/25/2020

***URGENT** PLEASE SHARE *** URGENT****

Due to the explosion and resulting damage this morning in downtown Nashville, 911 phone service has been interrupted. All Robertson County 911 and Non emergency lines are currently down. If you need assistance please contact the numbers listed below. Law enforcement, Fire Departments, and Robertson EMS will be available on their department lines as well. We are working to resolve these issues as soon as possible and will notify when our services have been restored.

Dispatch numbers
615-708-1576
615-708-3303
615-708-2925
615-708-8269

EMS numbers
615-384-1414
615-384-2186

We are experiencing outages with our 911 phone lines. Dispatchers are still available to assist you. If you need immediate assistance please contact 911 through our administrative line at 615-384-4911. Please share and help spread this information.

11/16/2020

***Senior Outreach Service (SOS) Program***

The Robertson County Sheriff’s Office is excited to announce the launch of our new Senior Outreach Service (SOS) Program for seniors, disabled residents, and their families who need that extra reassurance that someone cares. The SOS program gives seniors or disabled residents regular contact with someone who is outside their home. Sheriff’s Deputies connect them with needed services that they may not be aware are available to them. Through the SOS program, the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office is helping to ensure the wellness and safety of our seniors and disabled residents.

In order to be eligible for this program, you must be a Robertson County citizen over the age of 60 or disabled. Eligible citizens may need this program if you are alone or feeling lonely, if you have recently been discharged from the hospital, if your friends and family live far away, or if you have a need for weekly contact with a caring person. Eligible citizens who are registered for the program, will have a Deputy from the Sheriff’s Office call you once a week to check in and ensure your needs are being met. If there is no response when we call, your emergency contact person will be contacted, if you provided one. If your emergency contact does not know where you are or you do not have an emergency contact, the Sheriff’s Office will then do a wellness check. The deputy will respond to your home and ensure your needs are being met.

The SOS program is free and is funded by the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office. The Sheriff’s Office has partnered with local churches, senior organizations, social services, and volunteers to facilitate a network devoted to outreach for seniors.

The Sheriff’s Office has several convenient ways to register for the SOS program. Citizens can register through the Sheriff’s Office website at www.robertsonsheriff.com, the Sheriff’s Office Phone App (Robertson County TN Sheriff’s Office), email [email protected], or calling Central Dispatch at 615-384-4911 and requesting a Deputy (the Deputy will come to your house and register you).

If any citizens would like more information regarding the SOS program, you can call Lt. Nick Roberts, Program Coordinator, at 615-382-6190 or email [email protected].

“I am very excited to announce our new Senior Outreach Service program. We have a lot of seniors and disabled residents in the county that do not have anyone to check on them or connect with. The SOS program is an extra way for the Sheriff’s Office to reach out to these citizens who do not have anyone, and check on their safety and wellbeing. Our local partnerships will keep them connected with essential services offered in our County, and ensuring their overall needs are being met. The SOS program will help to enhance and protect the quality of life for our seniors and disabled residents” stated Sheriff Michael Van D**e.

https://www.robertsonsheriff.com/sos-senior-outreach-service/

09/19/2020

The Robertson County Emergency Communications Center is currently hiring for 911 Dispatcher. We offer competitive pay, insurance, and many more benefits. Head over to our website below to apply!

www.robertson911.com

Burglary Suspect On The Run In Robertson County
08/25/2020
Burglary Suspect On The Run In Robertson County

Burglary Suspect On The Run In Robertson County

Burglary Suspect On The Run In Robertson County ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – A burglary suspect is on the run in Robertson County and the Sheriff’s Office is asking the community to be on the lookout. “The Robertson County Sheriff’s Office is currently searching for a sus...

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, Tennessee
08/18/2020

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, Tennessee

UPDATE: Mr. Luppe has been found. The family would like to thank all who assisted in his safe return.

Missing Person:

Franklin Luppe, 83, was last seen Tuesday morning in the 1000 block of North Stroudsville Road wearing blue jeans and a brown polo shirt. He is 5 feet 10 inches tall, weighs 150 pounds, with gray hair and brown eyes.

According to his family, Luppe has health issues and did not take his medication this morning.

Anyone with information on his location is asked to call 911 immediately.

Robertson County Sheriff's Office
07/13/2020

Robertson County Sheriff's Office

*****Update*****
Andrew R. Liberty has been located

*****Missing*****

Adams, TN (July 13th, 2020) Late this morning, the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office was notified of a missing 65 year old named Andrew R. Liberty who has several medical issues. Mr. Liberty left the Whitehaven Assisted Living in Adams, TN this morning, July 13th, 2020. Mr. Liberty does not have a vehicle and has talked about hitchhiking to Vermont. If anyone has seen or comes into contact with Andrew Liberty, please contact Central Dispatch at 615-384-4911. His identifying information is below:

Name: Andrew R. Liberty
Age: 65 years old
Race: White
S*x: Male
Height: 5’11”
Weight: 217 pounds

07/01/2020
Springfield Electric

Springfield Electric

⚡️ Some of you may have heard this alert going off in the Walmart, MLK park, and surrounding areas over the weekend.

⚡️ This alarm signals that lightning is in the area, so if you ever hear it, you should seek cover, avoid being outdoors, and take precautions.

⚡️ Remember, when thunder roars, go indoors! 🌩

Become A Heroe On-Call - RC 911 Is Hiring Dispatchers - Competitive Pay & Benefits
05/21/2020
Become A Heroe On-Call - RC 911 Is Hiring Dispatchers - Competitive Pay & Benefits

Become A Heroe On-Call - RC 911 Is Hiring Dispatchers - Competitive Pay & Benefits

Become A Heroe On-Call – RC 911 Is Hiring Dispatchers – Competitive Pay & Benefits ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – There’s little doubt, it’s a critical job that sits between people in emergency situations and those trained to help. Robertson County 911 is inviting all int...

Robertson County, please join us in congratulating our new Director and Assistant Director!! 🎉
05/04/2020
Robertson 911 Dispatch Call Center Names New Director

Robertson County, please join us in congratulating our new Director and Assistant Director!! 🎉

Robertson 911 Dispatch Call Center Names New Director ROBERTSON COUNTY: (Smokey Barn News) – Following the resignation of Hope Petersen back in January, (full story) the Robertson County 911 Dispatch Center in Springfield has named a new Director. Peterson joined the 911 call center as the directo...

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04/30/2020

Robertson County 911's cover photo

Robertson County 911
04/30/2020

Robertson County 911

Robertson County 911
04/30/2020

Robertson County 911

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Springfield, TN
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