Central Dakota Communications Center (CenCom)

Our Goals

We strive to provide the highest quality of services while:
  • Maintaining a qualified, trained and educated staff using all available resources
  • Delivering reliable, timely and accurate information and services
  • Maintaining open communications with all response agencies and the public
  • Complying with federal, state and local requirements

Calling 9-1-1

What is considered an Emergency?

​An event or situation requiring immediate action; or condition endangering or thought to be endangering life or property.

Emergency 911

911 is appropriate for:
  • Accidents with injuries
  • Breathing problems
  • Choking / unconscious person
  • Crime in progress
  • Drowning
  • Fights or displays of weapons
  • Fire (or smell of smoke)
  • Poisoning
  • Stabbing or shooting
  • Other life-threatening situations

Not an Emergency 223-9111

​Use the non-emergency number for:
  • Abandoned vehicle
  • Barking dogs
  • Keys locked in vehicle
  • Crime not in progress
  • Legal advice
  • Loud parties
  • Minor accidents (non injuries)
  • Power outages during a storm
  • Runaways
  • Weather and road conditions
  1. Board of Directors
  2. Executive Committee

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North Dakota Statewide Interoperability Executive Committee