Newton County Central Dispatch Center

Purpose and Mission

It shall be the purpose and mission of the Central Dispatch Center to strive for the best response to and for calls for service in Newton County in a fast, efficient, and professional manner to assist the citizens of Newton County in protecting life and property, and to assist all Public Safety agencies in Newton County in carrying out their duties in the best manner possible.

Goals and Objectives

The goal of the Central Dispatch Center will be to handle all incoming calls, all radio traffic, and all computer-accessed information in an expedient manner while providing an important life and property-saving service to the citizens of Newton County. Methods of operation will strive to remain current, up-to-date, and timely.
Contact Newton County Central Dispatch

Contact Newton County Central Dispatch

If you have any questions, please feel free to fill out a contact form, and we will respond as soon as possible. For emergency calls for service, contact 911. For non-emergency calls for service, call 417-451-8333.
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9-1-1 Addressing

All occupied structures (business or residential) are required to have a unique 9-1-1 address. If you are building a new home or business in any unincorporated area of Newton County, please complete this form. If you prefer, you can call 417-451-8295 or email
Report Damaged or Missing Street Signs

Report Damaged or Missing Street Signs

Visible, accurate, and undamaged street signs are essential for traffic safety. Please help Newton County keep our highways and roads safe by letting us know about damaged street signs. Call 417-451-8333 (24/7) for missing or damaged stop signs.
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Newton County, MO Dispatch Records

This center does not maintain records from any other law enforcement, fire, EMS agency, or Newton County, MO office. Available records may include the CAD call card and audio recordings only. Written transcripts are not available. Complete the online form, call 417-451-8295, or email There is a fee for this service.

Newton County Agency Phone Numbers

Reach Newton County, Missouri public safety agencies directly by calling these agency numbers:
Diamond Police Department
Diamond Fire Department
Emergency Management
Granby Police Department
Joplin Police Department
Juvenile Office
Neosho Police Department
Neosho Fire Department
Newton County Circuit Court
Newton County Jail
Newton County Sheriff’s Department
Redings Mill Fire Department
Seneca Area Fire Protection District
Seneca Fire Department
Seneca Police Department

Work at Newton County Central Dispatch

Are you interested in a challenging public safety career? Must be 18 years of age, a US citizen (or authorized to work in the United States), high school graduate or GED, and must pass a criminal history background check and drug test. Apply online or stop by our office at 308 N. Jefferson St, Neosho, MO, to pick up an application.
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Questions or Comments?

Please reach out to the Newton County Central Dispatch Center, and we will happily answer any questions you may have.