The Chouteau County Dispatch Center enhanced 9-1-1 Communications Center or PSAP is operated by P.O.S.T. certified and well trained dispatchers who take calls for assistance including informational and administrative calls.  9-1-1 emergency calls are taken twenty-four hours a day/seven days per week through a modern communication system centering around Positron's Viper assistance is fielded countywide.
Dispatchers are responsible for the alerting and support of the county's nine fire departments, three ambulance services, quick response units, Search and Rescue, Disaster and Emergency Services, and local government; as well as interfacing with other public safety agencies from the State and Federal government.

For any questions regarding the communication's center, please contact Kimberly Burdick at (406) 622-5451.

 

Staff:

Kimberly Burdick,     RPL  Communications Manager
Kurt Larson,              Communications Training Supervisor
Lecia Kelly,               Communications Training Officer
Mary Kassmier,        Communications Training Officer
Celeste Maxwell,      Communications Officer

Michaela Penney,     Communications Officer

Janet Sanders,         Communications Officer

Sadie,                        Dispatch Cat

 



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