The Franklin County Sheriff's Office Communications Center, also known as "Franklin County 911", operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is responsible for answering 911 and non-emergency calls for the citizens of Franklin County, Ohio. Communications Center personnel dispatch Sheriff's deputies for the rural areas of Franklin County as well as dispatching Police for the municipalities of Obetz, Groveport, Brice, Minerva Park, Harrisburg and the following township Police Departments: Franklin, Madison, Blendon, Clinton, and Mifflin.
The citizens of Franklin County are provided quick access to emergency services by a team of qualified Communications Technicians supervised by uniform Deputy Supervisors. The Franklin County Communications Center is committed to providing outstanding service to the diverse population that we serve, which is why we employ the services of the Language Line, which gives us immediate access within seconds to quality interpreters helping us to communicate with limited English callers.
The 911 center is equipped with the latest technology in order to maintain Franklin County's commitment to service, including Enhanced 911 and automatic Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TDD) Services, so that hearing impaired can communicate with 911 personnel.
In 2010, the Franklin County Sheriff's Office Communications Center answered 311,079 calls for service and of this number, 101,983 were 911 calls received.
Emergency Number: 911
Non-emergency: (614) 525-3333.