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For information on the job of Public Safety Communications Specialist (9-1-1- Call Taker and Dispatcher), click here.

9-1-1 ECC 


Bill Ferretti, Director

The Montgomery County, Maryland Police Department 9-1-1 Emergency Communications Center (9-1-1 ECC) is a nationally recognized center, the largest in Maryland, and one of the 50 largest in the United States.

Montgomery County inaugurated a new 9-1-1 Center in July 2003 incorporating all new state-of-the-art technology systems. The equipment includes: a 9-1-1 Emergency and Non-Emergency Telephone system, a Computer Aided Dispatch system, an 800 MHz radio system, a Graphical Information (mapping) System, an Automatic Vehicle Location via Global Position Satellite system, a Mobile Data Terminal system, and other ancillary systems.

Personnel of the 9-1-1 ECC are the “1st of the First Responders” with whom the public has contact in times of emergency.

Non-Emergency Line – 301-279-8000

 

Montgomery County residents Make the Right Call by using:

  • 9-1-1 only for emergencies,
  • 301-279-8000 only to report non-emergencies, and
  • 3-1-1 for general Montgomery County government information.

Having a better understanding of when to call each of these three important phone numbers will help ensure that your specific need is most effectively met.

Click here for more information on making the right call

 

Montgomery County Department of Police · J. Thomas Manger, Chief
Public Safety Headquarters
100 Edison Park Drive · Gaithersburg, MD 20878
Non-emergency: 301.279.8000
 
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