This site was designed to provide easy access to Communications Center websites throughout North America. You can link to these centers from the tables below by clicking on the state or province of your choice which will link you to agencies within that particular state or province.
are also direct links to other organizations which provide a variety of
Public Safety Communications information, news, and current events. These
include APCO, NENA
and DISPATCH MONTHLY magazine.
These sites have been placed in the 'Other 911-Related Links' category.
Simply click on the organization
of your choice and you can link directly to their homepage.
New sites are added frequently so be sure to check in often for new listings.
About the Author:
name is Stephen Dempsey, your host and the author of this website.
My career in the field of Public
Safety Communications spans more than 17 years. I have worked for both single-entity police and fire agencies, and combined communications centers, large and small.
currently a Lead Communications Specialist with the Eugene Department of
Central Lane Communications in Eugene, Oregon. I have been with the department for six years.
My professional credentials include a Journeyman Radio Dispatcher certificate from the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries, an AAS degree in Apprenticeship Trades (Telecommunications) from Lane Community College, and the Basic, Intermediate and Advanced Certified Telecommunicator and Emergency Medical Dispatcher certificates from the Oregon Bureau of Public Safety Standards & Training (BPSST), I am also certified in CPR at the "C" Level.
This site is not affiliated with or sponsored by any Federal, State, County or local government Public Safety Agency or other political subdivision.
The author is solely responsible for site content and any opinions expressed herein are the author's and may not necessarily represent those of the aforementioned entities.
All site contents are copyright by their respective owners and may not be copied or reproduced in any form without express written permission by the copyright holder.
Alabama | Alaska | Arizona | Arkansas | California
Colorado | Connecticut | Delaware | Florida | Georgia
Hawaii | Idaho | Illinois | Indiana | Iowa
Kansas | Kentucky | Louisiana | Maine | Maryland
Massachusetts | Michigan | Minnesota | Mississippi | Missouri
Montana | Nebraska | Nevada | New Hampshire | New Jersey
New Mexico | New York | North Carolina | North Dakota | Ohio
Oklahoma | Oregon | Pennsylvania | Rhode Island | South Carolina
South Dakota | Tennessee | Texas | Utah | Vermont
Virginia | Washington | West Virginia | Wisconsin | Wyoming
Alberta | British Columbia | Manitoba | New Brunswick
Newfoundland | Northwest Territories | Nova Scotia | Ontario
Prince Edward Island | Québec | Saskatchewan | Yukon
NEW ADDITIONS - CANADA
of Public Safety Communications Officials (APCO) International
National Emergency Number Association (NENA)
Oregon Bureau of Public Safety Standards and Training (BPSST)
The Break Room for Public Safety Communications Personnel
DISPATCH MONTHLY Magazine
NHTSA Emergency Medical Dispatch Protocol Reference System
Fire Alarm Dispatchers Benevolent Association of the New York City Fire Department
Mercury Critical Incident Stress Management Team
NEWS AND CURRENT EVENTS
FCC APPROVES NEW "311" NATIONWIDE NON-EMERGENCY NUMBER
An interesting display of worldwide emergency telephone numbers
FCC REQUIRES CELLULAR COMPANIES TO COMPLETE & LOCATE CELLULAR 911 CALLS
An insigthful article about the need for 911 Communicatoins Training
NEW HAMPSHIRE CENTRALIZED 911
CELLULAR LOCATING TECHNOLOGY
This area highlights recent or pending legislation having a direct effect on Public Safety telecommunicators.
911 EMPLOYMENT LISTINGS
Police - Fire - EMS Communications Patches
This Way to the Break Room!
(4/20/97) (4/21/97) (5/14/97)
Thanks for stopping in. I hope that your stay here is enjoyable and that you find these links useful.
you have comments or suggestions or know of other sites appropriate for
this page please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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