Mile Marker 156 S. Entrance / Exit to US 31 / 931
Mile Marker 158 S. Entrance / Exit to 31 Bypass SR 26
Mile Marker 161 Entrance / Exit to 31 Bypass 100 S.
Mile Marker 162 Entrance / Exit to 31 Bypass Markland
Mile Marker 165 Entrance / Exit to 31 Bypass Touby Pike
Mile Marker 166 Entrance / Exit to 31 Bypass US 35 / 400 N.
Mile Marker 167 N Entrance / Exit to 31 Bypass US 31
When you 16-any 40 number those are troopers assigned to Howard county 16-60’s are assigned to Tipton 16-50’s are Miami county
Station #1 is located at 215 W Superior St,
Station #2 is Located at 508 E. Center Rd
Station #3 is located at 2016 N. Apperson Way
Station #4 is located at 3506 S. Dixon Rd.
Station #5 is located at 3108 W. Sycamore
Station #6 is located at 1717 E. Boulevard
Medics 1&2 are St. Vincent
Medics 21&22 is Howard
Emergency 4a is Russiaville
Greentown is Ambulance 11&12
Harrisson is Ambulance 21&22
Taylor is Ambulance 81
Have you ever heard a lot of sirens, not too far away, and wondered “what the heck is going on?”
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In regards to some of the comments being made about the radio system and the incident at the courthouse on Monday, I’m going to make an observation and I make it with some level of understanding. The (orange panic button) on these radios is used for when an officer is in distress… NOT for when he’s on an assault he’s dealing with. From what I’ve heard and what I’ve been told there was no reason for an officer to push his emergency on his radio. Court Officers were notified of the disturbance, responded and dealt with it and in a most expeditious manor. If I’m in a fight and can’t talk on the radio I push the panic button. If I’m being sent to a fight between other people, I don’t push my button. I get on the radio and ask for assistance. I am also very critical of this radio system, but in this case it was not the issue. The only issue I would take is the sheriff’s department had declared a signal 100 for an incident that was occurring in the county and the main radio channel was to be silent.. When the bailiffs switched over to the main channel they did not know it. But it DID NOT effect the response in any way.. In my honest opinion, anytime an officer needs to declare a signal 100 for clearing a building or a car they should go to “Channel 2” in case another incident kicks off of greater importance. The same thing happened the other night when a KPD officer declared a signal 100 for an Open Door while there was a gas station attack going on… which restricted officers from talking. An HCSD officer arrived on scene first and initiated a foot chase with the suspect, but dispatch couldn’t tell the other responding KPD officers because they were on a silent Channel. The dispatcher tried to advise the responding officers on channel 2, but they weren’t currently scanning it… But that’s a director problem that also needs addressed.
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WINDFALL They times they are a-changin. Just ask Lynn Edens, public information officer (PIO) for the Wildcat Township Fire-Rescue-EMS. Edens was appointed as PIO in Jan. 2017, becoming the only person in Tipton County to serve …
In temperatures around 7 degrees, KFD is called to a Residential Fire that is fully involved with all occupants out of the building. In the middle of fighting this fire, Command pulled all firefighters out of the building because of a massive radio failure. I have to commend the chief for putting the safety of his men above everything else. After every radio was switched to the states backup channel, they resumed fighting this fire.
Deb Phipps of Kokomo sends this Jeer for the firefighters contract dispute with the city of Kokomo: I am writing this as a concerned resident of the city of Kokomo. Im here to back our emergency response professional …
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