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Square footage requirements include, but are not limited to: (a) Emergency Communications Center (1) Dispatch Stations (2) Supervisor Stations (3) Equipment Room (4) Executive Director Office (b) Emergency Operations Center (1) Operations Room Page 2 of 14ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY RFP # 2014-11-001 (2) Conference Room (3) Break-out Space (4) Berthing Rooms, etc.
TriTech's Inform CAD and Mobile system will be used by the Ramsey County Emergency Communications Center (RCECC and numerous Law Enforcement and Fire/EMS agencies across Ramsey County.
A highlight of the event was a keynote address delivered by Maureen Will, director of the Emergency Communications Center in Newtown, Conn.
The sheriff's Emergency Communications Center uses the system to issue local and regional alerts, drawing the boundaries of the area to be notified on a computer map.
RUTLAND - A 911 call comes into the Rutland Emergency Communications Center and a dispatcher quickly checks six computer screens to determine its point of origination.
The Minneapolis Emergency Communications Center received this year's Outstanding Call Center Award from the E9-1-1 Institute for its work during the August 1, 2007, collapse of the Interstate 35W Bridge.
The ARC/GNY has retained renowned architecture firm, Gensler, to oversee extensive renovations to the property, including a technologically advanced Emergency Communications Center whieh will operate 24/7, allowing ARC/GNY to instantly learn about, and monitor the response to, all events in the greater New York area.
The Durham Emergency Communications Center (DECC) and Intrado Inc.