Monthly reports have been relocated for easier retrieval and notification! Previously on the FTP site, they’re now on ShareFile. If you have a ShareFile account, you should be able to set up notifications for automatic emails when new files are added.
Please provide this information to anyone in your organization that needs it.
Description: Planned Monthly Maintenance
Location: Warren County Telecommunications Data Center
When: Wednesday April 19th, 2017 1700-2000
Purpose: Patch and Infection Management process require system reboots.
Impact: All Users will experience intermittent access to https://gateway.wcpsn.net during this
time. MDC’s will function, IIQ will be intermittent. Dispatch will have intermittent access to Open
User Responsibility: User must be logged out of all Gateway application before 1700 or they will be
forced off. Dispatch will be contacted directly concerning OQ.
If you would like more details, please contact us at email@example.com or +1-513-695-4357 Option 1.
Data Systems Team
Warren County Telecommunications
Warren County Public Safety Network
500 Justice Drive
Lebanon, Ohio 45036
+1-513-695-4357 Option 1
In time for boating season, Telecom has installed a marine radio at Caesar Creek, connecting the Warren County Communications Center with boaters and responders.
Dispatchers monitor Marine 9 (Hailing) for watercrafts in distress OR Marine 16 (Emergency) for responding units. The radio can’t scan so it will have to sit to one of the two talkgroups.
Watercraft Officers should have the marine talkgroup in their boat or portable radios and be able to respond to calls for assistance. Having this in the Warren County Communications Center will also bridge that gap when no officers are on the water; yet boaters still are.
If anyone has questions, please contact Telecom at 695-HELP or firstname.lastname@example.org
Gary Branstetter with the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary is also a willing resource for questions: GBranstetter@sugarcreektownship.com
On the morning of Thursday, March 23rd a new shelter was delivered and placed at Lytle Tower. Amazingly, it only took about 8 minutes to place the large building onto the poured concrete foundation. The large task was safely setting and counter-weighting the crane (and maneuvering 4 long bed semis down a narrow gravel drive). We had a great crew from Maxim Crane and the trucking company that delivered the shelter. Also in attendance were some excited Telecom employees who said this was a project 16 years in the making.
The south entrance will now welcome our visitors with a walk down Telecom Memory Lane! There has been so much technology turnover in recent years, not to mention the almost 30-years that Telecom has existed! Rather than losing those stories and artifacts, we’re memorializing them with 18′ feet of glass displays! Radios, phones, computers, software, documents, data systems, photos, events, and more!
HAVE A TELECOM ARTIFACT YOU THINK IS PERFECT FOR THE DISPLAY? GET IT TO OUR COMMUNITY MANAGER, ALLISON LYONS FOR CONSIDERATION!