(Dublin, Ohio) – The Northwest Regional Emergency Communications Center (NRECC) is announcing a new communication tool that will allow individuals and families to sign up online to provide key information to 9-1-1 dispatchers during an emergency.
Smart911 is now offered to residents and visitors in Dublin, Hilliard and Upper Arlington starting with a kickoff event on Thursday, September 19. This technology will put vital information that can help improve incident outcomes into the hands of first responders anytime you call 9-1-1 in these communities.
The media is invited to hear why this new communication tool is important, learn, and see firsthand how this technology is saving lives.
When: Thursday, September 19
Time: 10:30 a.m.
Where: Dublin Justice Center – Dispatching Center, 6565 Commerce Pkwy, Dublin, OH 43017
- Justin Paez, Dublin Police Chief
- Jay Somerville, NRECC Bureau Director
- Eric Grile, Hilliard Police Deputy Chief
- Steve Farmer, Upper Arlington Police Chief
- Adam Smith, Washington Township Battalion Chief
Smart911 is currently utilized by public safety answering points in 40 states. NRECC joins Grove City as the second PSAP in Central Ohio to offer this important service.