The Mobile County Communications District, also known as the 9-1-1 Center, answers 9-1-1 and non-emergency calls for citizens and guests of Mobile County, consisting of a population of over 412,000 people, spanning an area of 1230 square miles, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year.
The Mobile County Communications District is equipped with the latest in technology allowing call-takers and dispatchers from several agencies to coordinate and dispatch emergency services in a fast, efficient and professional way that benefits the citizens of Mobile County.
These agencies are: Mobile Police Department, Mobile County Sheriff's Office, Mobile Fire & Rescue Department, Mobile County E.M.S., and all outlying municipalities and volunteer fire agencies.
Next Board Meeting
Thursday, May 11, 2017
Maintaining Community Contact
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On the week of April 9-15, we celebrated National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. The color gold represents 9-1-1 Operators and Dispatchers. Therefore, in honor of this week, the RSA towers in Downtown Mobile were lit in gold. We recognized Brittany Rogers as our first Employee of the Quarter. Brittany has been at MCCD for a little over a year and is a team player with a positive attitude. Congratulations Brittany! Telecommunicators week has been a week full of theme days, food, and appreciation for our Operators and Dispatchers.