Tehama County Sheriff's Office
P.O. Box 729 • 22840 Antelope Boulevard
Red Bluff, CA  96080
(530) 529-7900 •  (530) 529-7933 FAX
Inmate Mail:  P.O. Box 490, Red Bluff, CA  96080






Telephonic Emergency Notification System (TENS) (REVERSE 9-1-1)- ENGLISH
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El Sistema Telefónico de la Notificación de la Emergencia (INVERTIR 911)- SPANISH
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The Tehama County Sheriff’s Telephonic Emergency Notification System (TENS) (Reverse 9-1-1) is designed to telephone and e-mail residents and businesses in a designated area of an emergency, disaster, or incident that dictates the need for the public to be aware of a situation or condition.  Providing your phone number and e-mail does not guarantee that you will receive notification, nor does it offer that any notification that is made will assure that you and/or your property are safe.  This system does not preclude the need for citizens to constantly be aware of their community and their surroundings.

The system is designed to automatically call the telephone number of record for a given address.  These telephone numbers are provided to our system by AT&T.  By completing this form, you are requesting an alternate or additional telephone number to be called in the event of an emergency notification at your business or residence.  For example, many residents would like notification on their cellular telephone if a situation is occurring near their residence.  Likewise, many people have chosen to use a cellular telephone rather than a traditional telephone in their homes.  In these cases, AT&T will not have a telephone of record for an address.  By providing your cellular telephone number, we can program our system to match your cellular phone with your address.

E-mails will not be generated in all incidents, and as in all computerized systems, there are expected to be occasional failures.  Citizens are therefore again cautioned to be constantly aware of the conditions and of their surroundings; and not to rely on this system to keep them informed.



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