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O.P.P. - Internet Based Reporting System

The O.P.P. has introduced a internet-based reporting system as an alternate method for reporting non-emergency incidents to police.

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Texting with 9-1-1

Sarnia Lambton residents who are deaf, deafened, hard of hearing or speech impaired will soon have an alternative method of communicating with 9-1-1 call takers.

Text with 9-1-1 (T9-1-1) will be available across Lambton Country beginning April 15, 2015. Cell phone users whose phones have the capability to send and receive text messages and are compatible with the T9-1-1 program must register for the service on their cell phone provider’s website.

In times of emergency, registered users will have to dial 9-1-1 on their registered cell phones at which time the call taker will receive an indicator that alerts them of the need to communicate with the caller via text message. The 9-1-1 call taker will then initiate text messaging with the caller to address the emergency.

Text messages sent to the digits “9-1-1” do not reach emergency services. Users are asked not to contact 9-1-1 to verify their registrations. Registrations can be verified by checking with the user’s cell phone provider.

The T9-1-1 program is offered to all Lambton County residents courtesy of County of Lambton and Sarnia Police Services.

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Cedar Point Wind Project - Information and Contact Sheet

For information and contact information for the Cedar Point Wind Project in Warwick Township, please click the links below.

Information and Contact Sheet

Cedar Point Project Map with Turbine Locations

Jericho Wind Energy Centre

Jericho Wind Energy Centre now has a dedicated line if you have any questions or concerns regarding the operation of a facility. To contact, call 1-877-463-4963