The mission of Greenbrier County Communications Center is to serve as the critical link between our citizens and public safety providers with the highest level of integrity. We are dedicated to supporting all public safety departments in their quest of protecting life, saving property and assisting the public. Our standard is excellence and our model of success is TEAMWORK.
Greenbrier County Communications Center is responsible for the uninterrupted flow of information in the area of emergency communication. We are committed to maximize effective and efficient public service, while respecting the diversity of our community and recognizing our employees as our most valuable resource.
Greenbrier County Emergency Communication Center is staffed 24/7, 365 days a year.
Telecommunicators are responsible for communicating with 9 Police Agencies, 15 Fire Departments, and 3 EMS Agencies.
They also Dispatch and make notifications to; Animal Control, Natural Resource Police, Towing/Wrecker Services, City/Municipal Governments, Water departments, Department of Highways, and Environmental Services.
The total average of Emergency calls that Telecommunicators handle in Greenbrier county is around 30,000-40,000 a year.
For all employment information and questions, please contact the 911 center at 304-647-7911 and ask to speak with Misty Hitchcock.
911 Center Manager