New Smyth County Sheriff's Office Moving Along

Project Lifesaver

May 15, 2011

Project Lifesaver logo

Project Lifesaver is a program now available to Smyth County citizens through the Smyth County Sheriff's Office

New requirements for Applicant Fingerprints

Smyth County Sheriff's Office

Communications Division (E-911 Center)

The Smyth County Sheriff's Office Communications Division supervisor is Lt. Audrey Musick.  The Communications Division has eleven dispatchers. 

Audrey Musick, Lt.
Belinda Hancock
Gail Greear
Cheryl Johnson
David Parlier
Treva Frye
Connie Davis
Kevin McDonald
Sara Harrington
Charles Moser

The Communications Division plays a vital role in the day to day operations of our office.  The division is responsible for all incoming emergency and non-emergency communications.
The Sheriff’s Office E-911 Center is manned around the clock, answering calls-for-service for law enforcement, fire & emergency medical services, and animal control. The E-911center is equipped with an automated Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system; a dispatch mapping system, and enhanced wired line 911, which allows Communications Officers to immediately obtain the 911 caller’s address.

E-911 Dispatch is the liaison between the caller and the appropriate help. It is imperative that the dispatcher receives as much precise information as necessary so that they may help in the most efficient manner.

Non-Emergency Contact - 276-782-4056 or 276-783-7204

Emergency Contact - 911