July 6, 2017
Johnson County Central Dispatch E-911 is updating business contact information.
If you own a business in Johnson County or are the responsible party for a business, please fill out the form below. In the event of an after hour emergency, it may be necessary to notify a business representative or request a key holder to respond. This information will be stored at Johnson County Central Dispatch E-911 and used for emergency purposes only. All information is kept confidential. This information will not be used in any way for solicitation, sales, or released to the public. Questions may be directed to email@example.com.
March 29, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
JOHNSON COUNTY CENTRAL DISPATCH E-911 BECOMES MEMBER OF PREMIER PROGRAM DESIGNED TO PROTECT JOHNSON COUNTY CHILDREN
From the moment the report of a missing child comes in, to the resolution of the case, every action taken has the potential to make the difference between a successful recovery and a tragic outcome.
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) developed the Missing Kids Readiness Project to promote best practices for responding to calls of missing, abducted and sexually exploited children. 911 call centers and law enforcement agencies are recognized for meeting essential training and policy elements demonstrating preparedness for responding to a missing child incident.
To meet the requirements of the Project, Johnson County Central Dispatch E-911 worked with NCMEC on their missing child policy to ensure it met the critical elements of NCMEC’s model policy for law enforcement agencies. In addition, Assistant Director Leigh Anne Bowling attended the Missing Children Seminar for Chief Executives provided by NCMEC in Bentonville, AR and ensured all telecommunicators and front line supervisors completed the necessary classroom and/or online training offered through NCMEC. By demonstrating remarkable leadership and making this commitment of training and preparedness, Johnson County Central Dispatch E-911 is communicating to its citizens and families that protecting the lives and safety of their children is a top priority.
Armed with the information, knowledge and operational resources gained through meeting the project criteria, Johnson County Central Dispatch E-911 is now positioned to respond more quickly, comprehensively, and effectively when a child’s life may be at stake.
Not only is Johnson County Central Dispatch E-911 now one of just 271 Missing Kids Readiness Project agencies in the United States who have achieved this status, they are the fifth Public Safety Answering Point within the state of Missouri.
We at the National Center would like to express our sincere gratitude and congratulations to Johnson County Central Dispatch E-911 for achieving this milestone, and for their diligence and commitment to children.
To learn more about NCMEC and the Missing Kids Readiness Project, go to: http://www.missingkids.org/MKRP.
For a full listing of all MKRP recognized agencies, go to: http://www.missingkids.org/MKRP/Members.
For additional information regarding Johnson County Central Dispatch E-911, go to www.joco911.org or contact the Administrative Office at (660) 422-6317.