Hendricks County Communications Center
Every Second, Every Day, We Are Here For You

Steve Cook, DirectorWelcome to the Hendricks County Communications Center. The Center is responsible for providing 911 and communications functions to the twenty three public safety agencies in Hendricks County.

 

Formed in July of 2007, the dispatch centers previously located in the Sheriff’s Department, Brownsburg Police, Danville Police, and Plainfield Police Departments closed and the employees of those agencies formed the new Hendricks County Communications Center, located in a new facility at the Plainfield Police Department Headquarters.

 

In 2008, the Governing Board and Operations Board worked to approve policies for the Center in an effort to attain Accredited Status through the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies. On August 1, 2009, The Hendricks County Communications Center was certified as an accredited Communications Agency, one of two in the State of Indiana.  

 

With an authorized staff of 38 the Center handled 191,412 calls resulting in 167,991 emergency incidents in 2017.

Whether you are visiting Hendricks County or reside here you can be assured:

 Every Second, Every Day, We Are Here For You!