9-1-1 Regional Communications Center
The Pinellas County 9-1-1 Communications Center operates as the single primary public safety answering point (PSAP) for all 9-1-1 calls originating in the County. The center answers over 900,000 emergency and non-emergency calls per year. Calls for law enforcement assistance within municipal boundaries are transferred to the appropriate agency. If a fire department, ambulance, or Sheriff's response is needed, 9-1-1 telecommunicators will dispatch units and support their activities during the emergency.
The Communications Center is a necessary link between those experiencing life safety problems and the public safety personnel who can help resolve them most effectively. It is the primary goal of the Communications Center to obtain and relay necessary information in a timely and efficient manner. Accomplishing this goal ensures the effective management of both Fire/EMS apparatus and law enforcement units in their response to the publics emergency needs.
The Pinellas Regional 911 Center is hiring individuals who desire a professional career in public service answering calls involving life-threatening crises and other public safety situations. Applications for law enforcement telecommunicators must be submitted by Sunday, Feb. 26.
If you call 9-1-1 on a cell phone, your location may not automatically display as it does when calling from most home/business phones.
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Employment Opportunities: 9-1-1
Pinellas Regional 9-1-1 periodically looks for individuals who want an exciting career as a Public Safety Telecommunicator. Public Safety Telecommunicators are responsible for processing emergency and non-emergency calls. They also dispatch fire and EMS units to calls.