The regional center concept has the advantage of real-time communications between partnering agencies serving over 450 square miles.
Services administered by the City of Prescott under the guidance of the Prescott Police Department.
When a call is made to 9-1-1, it is imperative callers give the dispatcher the location of the emergency.
Technology allows for the dispatcher to have approximate location information for calls made to 9-1-1 from home and cellular telephones. Callers should always identify their geographical location when calling 9-1-1 from a cell phone so valuable time in dispatching units is not wasted.
Text to 911 – Is now available in Yavapai County.
Our center is equipped to receive and respond to mobile phone Text-to-9-1-1 messages from our community.
Call if you can – Text if you can’t.
PRCC is a great place to start your career, we offer competitive pay and great benefits.
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The PRCC is a 24-hour operation staffed by 36 civilian employees who are cross-trained to handle Police, Fire and EMS emergency calls. The Center answers over 20,000 emergency and non-emergency monthly.
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