Summit County Communication Center
The Summit Communication Center provides dispatch services for all Public Safety Agencies in Summit County Utah.
Summit County Sheriff’s Office
AP&P (Adult Probation and Parole)
Kamas City Police Department
The Communications Center is staffed by a Lieutenant, two Sergeants and twelve full time dispatchers. Dispatchers are obligated to be there 24 hours a day 7 days a week. All of our Dispatchers are N.A.E.M.D. (National Academy of Emergency Medical Dispatch), Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Bureau of Criminal Identification (BCI), and Utah Dispatcher Certified through the Utah Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST). These professionals are able to provide pre-arrival instructions for a wide array of medical and law enforcement problems. The average training period for a new Dispatcher is six months. After the initial training period there is continuing education and specialized training.
October 2008 Summit County Sheriff’s Office Communications Center became Phase II capable. This means that wireless cell phones that come into our PSAP will show a LAT/LONG and a call back number. Clickhere to find out more information about Phase II and what it does for you when you call into 911.
Our dispatchers take great pride in ensuring our officers safety, first responders safety, as well as the public’s safety.