Washington County Consolidated Communications Agency
Excellence in Emergency Communications
Director:
Kelly Dutra
Emergency:
9-1-1
Non-emergency:
503-629-0111
Administration:
503-690-4911
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Washington County Consolidated Communications Agency

WCCCA (wă-kŭ) has proudly provided all Public Safety Communications for Washington County, Oregon since 1985. Today, we manage a state-of-the-art emergency communications facility that is staffed by a highly qualified and dedicated work force. "Excellence in Emergency Communications" is our motto and our way of doing business and serving our citizens.

WCCCA Job Openings

OPEN - WCCCA is holding a recruitment for new Dispatchers. Those interested in the position should visit the job announcement page for more information. There is currently no closing date and this will remain open until the necessary postions are filled.

OPEN - WCCCA is holding an ongoing recruitment for Lateral/Experienced Dispatchers. Those interested in the position should visit the job announcement page for more information.

OPEN - WCCCA is holding a recruitment for an Electronics/Communications Technician II. Those interested in the position should visit the job announcement page for more information. Closing Date: Sunday, November 24, 2019 at 11:59PM

OPEN - WCCCA is currently holding a recruitment for an Administrative Supervisor. Those interested in the position should visit the job announcement page for more information. Closing Date: Sunday, November 24, 2019 at 11:59 PM

OPEN - WCCCA is currently holding a recruitment for an part Data Analyst. Those interested in the position should visit the job announcement page for more information. - Part Time - Closing Date: Sunday, November 24, 2019 at 11:59 PM

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Citizen Feedback

WCCCA places a high value on customer service. One tool we use to evaluate how well we are providing service to our citizens is to send out customer service surveys to our 9-1-1 and non-emergency callers on a monthly basis... more

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Non-Emergency Number

Click here for information about our Non-Emergency Phone Tree.

Your non-number is the number you should use to report all non-emergency situations. Using your non-number allows your 9-1-1 center to better prioritize calls and gets help to those in life or property threatening situations as fast as possible. Your non-emergency call may take a little longer for dispatch to answer - please, don't hang up! Your call is important to us and the agencies we serve!

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Public Alerts

WCCCA has a public alerting system, also known as a community notification system. The system enables the agency to send emergency messages with information and/or instructions via email, landline telephone, cellular phone, and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone.

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