Humphreys 911 News & Messages

Humphreys County 911, Tennesseee

Sign Up For Hyper-Reach

The Humphreys County 911 Center will be joining an alert system named Hyper-Reach that will allow messages to be sent from the 911-dispatch office to cell phones via text message, an email sent to your email address,  messages sent to your Hyper-Reach App and alerts sent to landline phones.  We will be transitioning from the Nixle platform to the new Hyper-Reach over the next two months.  We will be sending messages on both platforms beginning on February 1, 2022 and continue until April 1, 2022.  Beginning April 1, 2022 we will be fully transitioned to Hyper-Reach and will discontinue messages on the Nixle Platform. 

Attached is a press release with information regarding Hyper-Reach.  Click here.  You will need a PDF viewer to view the PDF file.   Hyper-Reach has multiple ways for signing up for the notifications.  Click hereOr click the following link:   http://hyper-reach.com/tnhumphreyssignup.html 

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Interested in Employment at the 911 Center

 

The center is currently staffed by 10 full time employees and maintains minimum staffing of 2 dispatchers per shift. In November of 2004 the center implemented a formal training program for new hires that includes 4 weeks of on the job training with a Communications Training Officer (CTO), in addition to the more than 104 hours of classroom training required within the first six months of hire.  Newly hired dispatchers are held in probationary status during this time and are evaluated daily on their performance during the CTO program. 

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How to Display Your Address

 

The 9-1-1 system is your first source of help in times of crisis and it can mean the difference in life and death.  When you dial 9-1-1 within Humphreys County, your call is routed to our 911 Center and is immediately answered by a 911 Dispatcher.  The Dispatcher will see on their screen:

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Changes to Child Safety Seat Restraint Law

Here is a summary of the changes in the child restraint law in Tennessee that went into effect on July 1, 2004:

Children under 1 year of age or weighing less than 20 pounds need to be in a backward-facing child-passenger restraint system in the rear seat, if the car has one.

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