Washington County Consolidated Communications Agency
Excellence in Emergency Communications
Director:
Kelly Dutra
Emergency:
9-1-1
Non-emergency:
503-629-0111
Administration:
503-690-4911
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Washington County Consolidated Communications Agency

WCCCA (wă-kŭ) has proudly provided all Public Safety Communications for Washington County, Oregon since 1985. Today, we manage a state-of-the-art emergency communications facility that is staffed by a highly qualified and dedicated work force. "Excellence in Emergency Communications" is our motto and our way of doing business and serving our citizens.

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Citizen Feedback

WCCCA places a high value on customer service. One tool we use to evaluate how well we are providing service to our citizens is to send out customer service surveys to our 9-1-1 and non-emergency callers on a monthly basis... more

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Non-Emergency Number

Click here for information about our new Non-Emergency Phone Tree.

Your non-number is the number you should use to report all non-emergency situations. Using your non-number allows your 9-1-1 center to better prioritize calls and gets help to those in life or property threatening situations as fast as possible. Your non-emergency call may take a little longer for dispatch to answer - please, don't hang up! Your call is important to us and the agencies we serve!

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Public Alerts Video

Active Incidents

Fire/EMS
3
Police
45
Currently servicing:

Incidents occuring at 12/20/2014 10:35 AM. Visit our Public Incident Tracking System to view an auto-updated map view of active Fire/EMS incidents.

Fire/EMS Incident Map

24 Hr Call Volume

Total Calls
1653
9-1-1
804
9-1-1
Cellular
398
9-1-1
Landline
406
Non-Emergency
849

24 Hr Call Volume updated every hour on the hour. Last update 12/20/2014 10:00 AM

Hourly Call Graphs

Public Alerts

WCCCA has implemented a new public alerting system, also known as reverse 911. The system enables the agency to send emergency messages with information and/or instructions via email, landline telephone, cellular phone, and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone.

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