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Loudon County Child Abduction Response Team (C.A.R.T.)
Standard Operating Procedures
Do I need a burn permit? How do I get one?
Can the 911 center run a license plate if I provide the number?
Can the 911 center look up criminal backgrounds for me?
Will I be able to speak with a police officer when I call 911?
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You are welcome to join our next Board of Directors meeting on December 10, 2013.
Nov 14th at 12:30pm, workshop to discuss the Affordable Care Act.
to see the entire year's schedule.
911 Dispatchers are available to speak to children in various settings to educate them on the 911 system and how 911 works.
You may call us at 865-458-9081 to setup a date and time to speak with kids.