911 Communications Center

The Communications Division of the Valley County Sheriff’s Office is made up of a communications supervisor, a corporal and six communication deputies. The Communications Division is responsible for taking requests for all emergency and non emergency services, including law enforcement, fire and emergency medical services. The Communications Division is dedicated to the safety and concerns of the citizens and visitors of Valley County.

The 911 Communications Center is the Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) for 911 calls placed in the City of McCall, Cascade and Donnelly and all of Valley County. Dispatching is provided for Valley County Sheriff, McCall Police Department, McCall Fire and EMS, Donnelly Fire and EMS, Cascade Fire and EMS, we also work in conjunction with the Payette and Boise National Forest Services, Southern Idaho Timber Association, Valley County Probation, Idaho Department of Corrections Parole, Idaho State Police, Idaho Department of Fish and Game, Valley County Groomer, Valley County Search and Rescue, Life Flight, all city and county Public Work entities and surrounding County Law Enforcement Agencies.

The 911 Center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Communications Deputies undergo a 16 week training period and are required to attend a two week training academy at the Police Officer Standards and Training facility in Meridian. We are all trained to become EMD’s ( Emergency Medical Dispatch) and obtain CPR certifications. They are also required to obtain continuing education in this area.

General Information
Phone Numbers
(208) 382-5160
Emergencies: Dial 911

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