911 Central Dispatch
Livingston County, Michigan911 Central Dispatch

911 Central Dispatch

Howell, MI 48843
Phone: 517.546.4620
Fax: 517.546.5008

911 Central Dispatch

911 Recruitment Ad 2 10-3-22.pngLivingston County 911 Central Dispatch is a Tri-Ace Dispatch Center of Excellence! 

We are honored to be the 15th Emergency Dispatch Accredited Center in the world and only Tri-Ace accredited Central Dispatch Center (PSAP) in Michigan to be accredited.

 911 Mission Statement

“Achieving excellence by providing a critical link between Emergency Responders and the citizens of Livingston County” & "Building Excellence Through Emergency Communications"

 Interested In Becoming A Dispatcher?

Visit https://www.livgov.com/hr/Pages/Dispatcher-Positions.aspx for more information.

911 Central Dispatch is an integral part of public safety that provides 24-hour police, fire, and emergency medical response to the public. 

Extensive dispatch/public safety training is provided. You'll take part in exciting and meaningful work assisting the public and being a part of the local public safety team. 

Dispatcher Job Responsibilities:

  • Receives emergency calls and dispatches law enforcement officers, fire and/or emergency medical services throughout the County. 
  • Utilizes specialized computer systems to secure necessary information for law enforcement personnel and to enter information relative to warrants, personal protective orders, stolen vehicles and other such data. 
  • Continually monitors availability and location of emergency units and/or designated personnel in the field.

Requires working assigned shifts and emergency coverage for a twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year operation. Reports to the Dispatch Supervisor or other management staff.

 What 3 Words Application

Download The what3words App & Easily Find Your Precise Location

Easily find your address, no matter where you are using the what3 words app. If you are lost or an in emergency and need your precise location, the app identifies your precise location using 3 words that are tied to GPS coordinates. As long as the 911 center you may need to call uses the program, this unique address helps first responders find your location faster. The app has helped locate missing children, a missing hiker in the mountains, and a lost boater on a large body of water. Learn more about the app. 

To download to your smartphone, search "what3words" in your phone's app store.