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  • Mission Statement:
    The San Andreas Communication Department's mission statement is to provide the very best level of service to the citizens of San Andreas by answering 9-1-1 and non-emergency calls in a prompt, efficient, and professional manner and dispatching the appropriate emergency services. We help save lives, protect property, and assist citizens in their time of need. 
     

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  • Our Vision:
    To protect the citizens of San Andreas, as well as coordinate with our fellow Police Officers, Troopers, Deputies and Firefighters to aid the public with the speed and reliability necessary to uphold law and order in the state.
     

     

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  • Who are we?

    The Department of Justice San Andreas Communications Dispatch Center is the backbone of San Andreas State Emergency and Public Service sector. In most cases, the dispatcher is the first and last line of contact, whether it starts with a 911 call, or a LEO/Fire initiated call. A dispatcher must remember and look for important details in every encounter they run across. This ensures accuracy and safety. Dispatchers are not only responsible for 911 calls, but also for coordinating [non]emergency radio and teletype communications traffic for Law Enforcement, EMS, Fire/Rescue, Tow Services and special operations for the State of San Andreas. Dispatchers monitor radio traffic, perform records tasks and utilize the Computer Aided Dispatch system (CAD). Most of the time, the dispatcher is required to perform all these tasks simultaneously. For everything that is accomplished by the Communications Dispatchers, the highest priorities are the safety of the public and our emergency personnel.

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  • Average October Communications Stats:
    960 Hours Dispatched        385 911 Calls
    4,458 LEO Calls        399 Fire Calls

  • October Operator of the Month:

    Jeff J. C-303

  • Rank Structure

    Administration Staff

    Dispatch Director - Chad G.

    Dispatch Deputy Director - Matt M.

    Director of Operations - Luke Z.

    Operations Commander - Hunter B.

    Operations Supervisor - Charlie C.

     

    Senior Staff

    Dispatch Manager - Kenan A.

    Dispatch Manager - Josh T.

    Dispatch Manager - Gianni F.

    Dispatch Manager - Rūdolfs N.

    Dispatch Supervisor - Thomas C.

    Dispatch Supervisor - Jared K.

    Dispatch Supervisor - Scott M.

     

    Staff Members

    Lead Senior Operator

    Senior Operator IV

    Senior Operator III

     

    Staff in Training

    Senior Operator II

    Senior Operator I

     

    Members

    Operator IV

    Operator III

    Operator II

    Operator I

    Dispatch Cadet

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