Emergency Services / 9-1-1

David Hahn, Director

 “EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE IS NOT AVAILABLE THROUGH THIS WEBSITE – DIAL 9-1-1 ON YOUR PHONE IF YOU NEED HELP”


9-1-1 Mission Statement


Lackawanna County Department of Emergency Services working with our Municipal Partners, established and maintains an Enhanced 9-1-1 communications system as the primary emergency access portal for public safety services to citizens and visitors to Lackawanna County


About 9-1-1


911 Center

 

The Lackawanna County EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS CENTER (ECC) is the designated 9-1-1 Center for dispatching emergency medical services within Lackawanna County, as approved by the Lackawanna County Commissioners.

The Lackawanna County Department of Emergency Services (LCDES) is operated and maintained by the Lackawanna County Board of Commissioners. Staffed by professional Public Safety Telecommunicator/Emergency Medical Dispatchers (PST’s), the LCDES provides emergency dispatch and communication services for police, fire, rescue and emergency medical services throughout Lackawanna County, as well as for County and Municipal Emergency Management Agency (EMA) operations. 


Latest Coronavirus News – Week of May 24, 2020


Gov. Wolf Signs Budget to Sustain Education, Support Communities Amid Pandemic

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Yellow Phase Orders Updated to Include Eight Additional Counties Moving on May 29

PA DCNR Moves to Open State Park Swimming Beaches, Pools

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Department of Health Provides Update on COVID-19, 625 Positives Bring Statewide Total to 70,042

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Gov. Wolf Issues Green Phase Order, Guidance on Dining and Professional Sports

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PA Department of Health Provides Update on COVID-19, 780 Positives Bring Statewide Total to 69,417

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Informational Links


When To Call 911

911 As A Profession

So you called 911, now what?

“DIALING 9-1-1 on an Old Cellphone Not Child’s Play”


Professional Links


9-1-1 Magazine

APCO International

Pennsylvania NENA

Pennsylvania Chapter of APCO

National Emergency Number Association

Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency


Documents


 EMS Procedures
 Quality Assurance Survey
 Fire Department Dispatch Procedures
 911 is now able to accept text-to-911messages to dispatch POLICE, FIRE and EMS to any location in Lackawanna County.


Location/Contact Information


The Lackawanna County Center for Public Safety is located in the Valley View Business Park in Jessup, PA Overlooking the Lackawanna River Valley it serves all citizens and visitors of Lackawanna County


Administrative Telephone


DO NOT USE THESE NUMBERS TO REPORT AN EMERGENCY OR REQUEST EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. DIAL 9-1-1

Voice: 570-307-7300 | Fax: 570-307-7321


Administrative Contacts


David Hahn
Director of Emergency Services
Phone: 570-307-7301
Fax: 570-307-7324
E-mail: [email protected]

John H. Lewis, ENP
Deputy Director of  Emergency Services
Phone: 570-307-7306
Fax: 570-307-7321
E-mail: [email protected]

Al Kearney, ENP
Quality Assurance Manager
Phone: 570-307-7307
Fax: 570-307-7321
E-mail: [email protected]

Thomas Taylor
CAD Supervisor
570-307-7315
Fax 570-307-7321
E-mail: [email protected]

Anna Kearney
MSAG Supervisor
570-307-7303
Fax 570-307-7321
E-mail: [email protected]

Jerry Beilman
GIS Supervisor
570-307-7356
Fax 570-307-7321
E-mail: [email protected]


Address


Lackawanna County Center For Public Safety
30 Valley View Drive
Jessup, PA 18434-1147

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