Dispatch receives phone service updates, which causes a non-emergency line interruption

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  • SHERIDAN — If your non-emergent phone call to Sheridan County Dispatch hasn’t worked recently, you might not be alone.

  • Technicians are working on the issue now and hope to have services restored in the near future, and if you need any non-emergent first responder service — police, fire, emergency medical services — try the non-emergency line at 307-672-2413, and if no contact is made, use 911.

Sheridan Police Chief Travis Koltiska notified news media Wednesday morning local phone service upgrades “have caused some interruption in our non-emergency lines at our communications center.”

“As always, all emergency calls should go through our 911 system,” Koltiska said. “Thank you for your patience.”

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