How many calls does Louisa Emergency Communications Center handle in a year?

The Louisa County Emergency Communications Center handles over 130,000 phone calls per year. Of that total, approximately 16,000 are 911 calls for emergency assistance with approximately 11,000 of them coming from cell phone callers. Currently, the Louisa County Emergency Communications Center uses its 3 dispatch consoles and 2 call taking consoles to input and process approximately 37,000 public safety calls per year in our Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system.

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1. When should I dial 911?
2. What do I need to do to be of assistance to the 911 Dispatcher?
3. Why do Dispatchers ask so many questions?
4. What number, other than 911, should I use to contact the Louisa Emergency Communications Center?
5. I'm deaf - how can I communicate with the Louisa Emergency Communications Center?
6. Where is the Louisa Emergency Communications Center located?
7. How many calls does Louisa Emergency Communications Center handle in a year?
8. I have a cell phone with no service. Will my phone still dial 911 if I need assistance?