The Le Sueur County Sheriff's Communications Center is the communications hub of the County. It is under the authority of the Sheriff and Chief Deputy. The Communications Center is made up of 9 full time and 4 part time dispatchers and is overseen by a 911 Supervisor. The Communications Center is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The duties of a dispatcher include answering all emergency phone calls and dispatching police, fire and EMS services for:
Townships Within Le Sueur County
The dispatch staff also answers non-emergency calls for service and utilize shared databases throughout the State of Minnesota and within our Sheriff's Office.
Tips for Calling 911
Every call is different. Be ready to provide where you are, what happened, who is involved, and how and why it happened. The dispatcher may ask more specific questions pertaining to your situation. The most important thing is remain calm and speak clearly.
Do not hang up. Allow the dispatcher to end the call first.
Citizen Alert Notification System
Everbridge is a mass notification system used by Le Sueur County to notify its citizens of emergencies and/or urgent notifications for their area. It may also be used by city governments for informational purposes.