Mission Statement
What is 911
911 Addressing
When to Call 911
911 Center Photos
Helpful Links
 

In 2007, The Chenango County Sheriff's Office Communications Division received accreditation by the New York State Accreditation Board.

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If you have a question about a 911 address, or need a new address,

please contact the 911 Addressing Office at (607) 337-1859.

 

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Chief Dispatcher

 

Chenango County Sheriff's Office 911 Center staff consists of 10 full time and 4 part time dispatchers. Dispatching is provided for The Sheriff's Deputies, Municipal Police Departments, Fire Departments and other Public Safety Agencies in Chenango County. The 911 Dispatch Center not only processes emergency calls, but also completes numerous activities in support of personnel, such as dispatching and monitoring primary and backup units, investigators, contacting and relaying pertinent information to the field, other agencies and businesses.

Daily Road Report

            From November 1st to April 1st, the Chenango County Communications Center provides the public with a safe road report. The road report is a service to the community where citizens can call in and get current and up to date weather conditions and road closures around Chenango County. This can be accessed by calling (607)336-TOGO(8646), a community service brought to you by the Frontier Communications Community Action Team and the Chenango County Sheriff’s Office.