The Indian River County 911 Administration maintains and manages vital 911 infrastructure and data to provide citizens reliable access to emergency communications and public safety agencies while promoting a safe, supportive, and thriving community.
Indian River County 911 Administration will empower public safety professionals and create a secure community by achieving a flawless communications system where changing needs are met and innovative technology is constantly utilized amid regional cooperation.
Words from the Indian River County 911 Coordinator
Indian River County Emergency Services would like to acknowledge and extol all of our Public Safety servicemen and servicewomen. We are honored for your support and dedication to citizens of Indian River County, and to anyone in need. Your devotion to keeping the public safe is something to be commemorated. Your proficiency to work through occupational difficulties, with not only changes in society, population, technology; is truly an achievement. Never forget the importance of your profession. Never forget that you are that crucial link between vulnerability and resolution. Never forget it is your continual empathy that protects our community.
We thank you.
2020/2021 Goals and Objectives
- Continued collection of field data within a GIS environment to support Wireless Phase 1 and Phase 2.
- Continue improvement to current database and mapping.
- Provide efficient maps for emergency responders.
- Maintain schedule for collection of field data on open subdivision projects.
- Continue development and maintenance of the centerline map with additional layers to aid emergency
response in Indian River County.
- Coordinate and provide the 911 mapping interface for use with New World System CAD.
- Provide maintenance of call taking equipment to all four PSAPs.
- Continue statewide implementation of Text to 911 feature.
- Engage with local, regional, and state Public Safety groups and associations.
- Provide 911 software education and training for PSAPs.
- Replace 911 logging recorder to that which is compatible with the P25 standard.
- Replace MIS with new vendor.
- Create redundancy on the 911 network via a microwave system and additional fiber ring.