In 2019 Denver 911 Communications Center, according to an article from 9news.com, “The 43,000-square-foot center at 12025 E. 45th Ave. houses 53 call-takers and dispatchers, an increase from the previous location, which had the capacity to host 44.”
In addition to updated technology, telephone and computer systems storage, the 911 team has new training rooms and new console furniture.
“We now have a best-in-class 911 Center that is able to meet the city’s growing demand for emergency services,” said Executive Director of Public Safety Troy Riggs.
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About Denver 911 Communications Center
Denver’s 911 Communications Center is staffed by public safety professionals who are trained to answer 911 and non-emergency telephone calls, as well as dispatch police, fire and paramedic resources.
Our dedicated Emergency Communications Operators gather critical information from callers and send the information via computer to police, fire and or paramedic dispatchers who are responsible for relaying the information to the first responders.
The 911 team works in partnership with Denver Police, Denver Fire and Denver Health Paramedics to ensure the safety and quality of life for residents, businesses and visitors in the City and County of Denver.