The Shenandoah County Department of Emergency Communications (DEC) ensures the effective delivery of routine and emergency calls for service to all Shenandoah County public safety entities.
For information about 9-1-1, download the Making 9-1-1 Work For You brochure.
The DEC serves as the PSAP (Public Safety Answering Point) for all 911 emergency and non-emergency requests for assistance in Shenandoah County. The Communications Center is staffed with 16 full-time and several part-time Public Safety Telecommunicators, and provides both Basic 911 and Enhanced 911 (E911) which provides more specific location information on the whereabouts of a wireless caller by using latitude and longitude.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Have questions about 9-1-1, take a look at our list of Frequently Asked Questions for the answers.
Customer Service Feedback
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R. Jason Malloy
Director of Emergency Communications
A Shift Communications Supervisor
B Shift Communications Supervisor
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C Shift Communications Shift Supervisor
D Shift Communications Shift Supervisor