Communications & Support Services
Emergency Communications Center
The Loudoun County Emergency Communications Center serves as the county's public safety answering point for fire, rescue, and police incidents, using the county's Enhanced-9-1-1 (E-9-1-1) system. The center operates 24 hours a day. Emergency and non-emergency fire and rescue calls are processed and police-related calls are transferred to the appropriate law enforcement agency.
Each shift includes workers who are certified in various aspects of emergency medical dispatch and who meet the standards set by the national Association of Public Communications Officers (APCO).
What Numbers to Call
- In an emergency, dial 9-1-1.
- In a non-emergency, call 703-777-0637.
For more information about the Emergency Communications Center and what constitutes an emergency and what doesn't, please read our Frequently Asked Questions
In addition to the Emergency Communications Center, the Communications and Support Services Division's functions include:
For More Information
- Coordination and support of the telecommunications program
- Maintenance of public safety Geographic and Information Systems (GIS) data
- Programming, updating, and maintaining mobile radios
- Support of computer information systems
Corey Parker, Deputy Chief
Emergency Communications and Support Services
801 Sycolin Rd.
Leesburg, Virginia 20175