ABOUT BAKER COUNTY CONSOLIDATED DISPATCH
Baker County Consolidated Dispatch (BCCD) is proud to be part of the First Responder family. BCCD has a close working atmosphere with law enforcement, medical and fire responders. BCCD is open 24/7 365 days a year to answer the needs of our community.
The center is made up of 8 full-time telecommunicators, a records specialist, and various reserve positions. All telecommunicators must attend and successfully graduate from the Department of Public Safety Standards & Training (DPSST) academy to obtain their basic telecommunications certificate through the state of Oregon, along with completing our local, in-house training program. All telecommunicators must also receive their Advanced Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD) certification and the National Crime Information Center (NCIC)/Law Enforcement Data System certificate.
Baker 9-1-1 manages a narrowband FM radio system consisting of 18 repeaters on nine sites within the county as well as one site located in the State of Idaho. Those sites and repeaters provide three separate communications networks: Blue Net (law enforcement); Red Net (Fire/EMS) and the Road Department/local government net. All radios in the Baker County system are interoperable with all other radios as well as our partner agencies at the State and Federal level and in adjacent counties. Our radio system has been completely re-designed and re-built as a result of four Homeland Security interoperability grants received since 2004.
The 2016 Telecommunicator of the Year was awarded to Mandy Wirth
The 2016 Legend's Award was given to Corinna Jacobs
The 2016 Scotty Ferguson Magnet Award was awarded to Jessica Lynch
3410 K Street Baker City, OR 97814