The Communications Center is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week by 13 full-time dispatchers, with additional shift coverage provided by 4 part-time dispatchers and 2 permanent part-time dispatchers.
For each shift, at least two dispatchers have the responsibility of answering all emergency and non-emergency business calls directed to the Sheriff’s Department.
In addition, radio communications are handled for the Sheriff’s Department, five other police agencies, seven fire departments, and the County Probation Department including the Welfare Office and County Highway Department after hours.
Mitch Fiandt currently serves as the 911 Director and John Urso currently serves as the Asst. 911 Director/Supervisor.