Estes Park Emergency Communications Center (EPECC)

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The Estes Park Emergency Communications Center (EPECC) is a computer-aided dispatch center with enhanced 911 capabilities. The center employs 8 full-time Emergency Services Dispatchers and is supervised by the Communications Manager. EPECC operates with a minimum staffing of 1 dispatcher at all times, with optimal coverage of 2 people. The Estes Park Police Department also has a mobile communications and command center that is used for large-scale events.

Dispatchers are responsible for answering all non-emergency phone calls for police service within the Town of Estes Park and emergency 911 calls for service in the entire Estes Valley.  EPECC is the Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) for the Town of Estes Park, the Estes Valley, and Rocky Mountain National Park, an area of approximately 400 square miles. EPECC dispatches and monitors radio traffic for the Estes Park Police Department, Estes Valley Fire Protection District, Glen Haven Volunteer Fire Department and the Estes Park Health Ambulance & Emergency Medical Services. 

Learn more about Estes Park Emergency Communications Center by reading the Get to Know Your Estes Park Emergency Communications Center editorial by Captain Corey Pass.

 


Estes Park Emergency Communications Center (EPECC) staff