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Butler County Emergency Information Hotline
Friday, January 28, 2011 8:26:30 AM - Middletown Ohio

From: Judy Gilleland

The Butler County Emergency Management Agency (BCEMA) and the Butler County Sheriff’s
Office (BCSO) is pleased to announce a new emergency information hotline phone system for
all Butler County residents. The information hotline will be available for notifications of snow
emergencies, emergency incidents, severe weather alerts or any type of incident within Butler
County. This system will allow multiple users at one time to receive vital information on the
status of the County any time day or night 365 days a year. The system is also intended to give
information to a specific area of the County that might only be affected. The emergency
information hotline has already been used in Butler County for road closures during the recent
gasoline tanker accident on I-75 and damage reporting during the earthquake in Indiana. Butler
County Sheriff Richard K. Jones explained that during a snow emergency people flood the
dispatch center calling 911 asking if a level 1 snow emergency is still in effect. Our dispatchers
are busy handling emergencies and this new system will allow an alternative to calling 911. The
system is being funded by the BCEMA.

The County-wide emergency information phone number is 513-785-5800 and will be updated
as needed by either BCEMA or the Sheriff’s Office. Many large Cities and Counties across the
Country use a similar system and it is time to bring this to Butler County. Hopefully the citizens
of Butler County will see a message scrolling across the bottom of their television screen with
“Butler County emergency information hotline 513-785-5800” and will call to get the status of
the County.


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