Johnson County Central Dispatch E-911
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Johnson County Central Communications Center E-911
Johnson County Central Dispatch E-911 (JCCD) is the primary Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) for anyone residing in, traveling through, or visiting Johnson County, Missouri. 32 certified full and part-time Emergency Communications Operators serve the rural Johnson County community of 55,000 by receiving and processing emergency and non-emergency calls for law enforcement, emergency medical and fire service. JCCD provides service to the communities of Centerview, Chilhowee, Holden, Knob Noster, Leeton, and Warrensburg along with Whiteman Air force Base and the University of Central Missouri.
The Johnson County Emergency Services Board meeting begins promptly at 8:00 AM Tuesday, November 16, 2021 and is open to the public. During the Public Comment period, a period not to exceed 15 minutes will be allotted to County Residents wishing to address the Board concerning Board’s policy and/or 911 dispatch center operations. Remarks will be limited to five (5) minutes and to one appearance.
Questions directed to the Board cannot always be answered immediately. Issues dealing with personnel will not be heard. Persons wishing to suggest items for the agenda or discussion of personnel issues should contact the Administrator or the Board Members for appropriate placement on the agenda.
The Center utilizes state of the art technology to communicate with personnel from Knob Noster, Warrensburg, Leeton, Chilhowee, and Holden Police Departments; Johnson County Sheriff’s Department, Johnson County Ambulance District, Johnson County Fire Protection District, Johnson County Fire Protection District #2, Knob Noster, Warrensburg, and Holden Fire Departments, emergency first responders, and various emergency service agencies.
JCCD employees take pride in providing care, compassion, and excellent service with a commitment to ensuring the safety and security of its residents and first responders.