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The Mobile County Communications District, also known as the 911 Center, answers 911 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:

bullet Mobile Police Department
bullet Mobile County Sheriff's Office
bullet Mobile Fire & Rescue Department
bullet Mobile County E.M.S.
bullet All outlying municipalities and volunteer fire agencies.



             MCCD NEWS

Fun while learning at MCCD 9-1-1.  Thursday, July 7, 2016 West Mobile Baptist Child Development Center's 4 - 6 year olds came to MCCD for a visit. 

The children met a 9-1-1 operator and representatives from some of the in-house agencies.  The children were able to see the Communication Center, as well as a police officer and cruiser, a fire engine and crew and a fire and rescue vehicle and crew.

MCCD thanks the Mobile Police Department, Mobile Fire and Rescue and Mobile County EMS for their help in making this a memorable event for the children. 


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Next Board Meeting, Thursday,
Sept. 8, 2016