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Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies

Welcome to the Lincoln 911 Center, a nationally accredited Center through CALEA (Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, inc.).

Lincoln is one of the few cities in the United States where Police, Fire, and Communications have all received national accreditation. Lincoln received accreditation in 2002 making it only the 14th center in the nation to be accredited by CALEA.

Read more about the Lincoln Emergency Communications Center

Lincoln Emergency Communications Center Accreditation Public Notice


PulsePoint

Imagine that you are in a restaurant having lunch with a few friends. You hear a siren in the distance and think to yourself, “I wonder where they are going?” The siren gets louder and closer, and then you actually see a fire engine approaching in the distance. Suddenly, surprisingly, the engine turns into the parking lot and parks right in front of the crowded restaurant where you’re eating. That’s when you learn that right next door, someone is unconscious after suffering a cardiac arrest. If you only knew, maybe you could have made a difference. — PulsePoint.org



Lincoln 911 Emergency Communications Center Remodel

Follow our progress as we remodel our 911 Center!

The remodel started in January by moving all equipment and staff to an alternate site for the year. The Center was completely gutted and is now in the process of being reassembled in preparation for our staff to return in late 2017 or early 2018.

911 center remodel photo gallery
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