Indiana State Police Recognize National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

The Indiana State Police proudly recognizes National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week, honoring the dedicated professionals who serve as the vital link between the public and emergency services. From April 14 to April 20, 2024, ISP acknowledges the invaluable contributions of our telecommunications personnel who work tirelessly to ensure the safety and well-being of all Hoosiers.

The ISP Sellersburg Post is part of Regional Dispatch Center IV (RDC4), which is one of six total State Police dispatch centers across Indiana.  RDC4 covers the 15 counties comprising the southeastern section of Indiana. The Sellersburg Post covers Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Scott, and Washington Counties. 

Telecommunicators play a crucial role in emergency response, providing critical assistance during times of distress and uncertainty. They are the calm voice on the other end of the line, guiding callers through emergencies and dispatching the necessary resources to the scene.

The theme of this year's National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week, "Dedicated, Strong, Essential," aptly reflects the resilience and fortitude demonstrated by telecommunicators in the face of adversity. Their dedication ensures that help is always just a phone call away.

As we celebrate National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week, the Indiana State Police encourages all citizens to take a moment to thank the telecommunicators who work tirelessly behind the scenes to keep our communities safe.