Mobile County Communications District 9-1-1 center



Tell us Where you are. If you’re at home, give us your address. If not, look for street signs, landmarks or anything that can help us quickly get an emergency responder dispatched to your location.


What is the emergency? Is someone’s life at risk? Are you witnessing a crime in progress? Is there a fire? Do your best to calmly and clearly tell us the situation.


We need you to tell us Who you are so that we can help you in the best way possible. Knowing who we’re speaking with helps us better communicate with you and give you potentially life saving instructions while help is on the way.

What Is MCCD911?

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.


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