The Loudoun County Emergency Communications Center (ECC) provides a webcast of its radio dispatch channel as a free service to the public. Please be advised that there may be long periods of silence between radio broadcasts.
If you are having trouble listening to the webcast, help is available at the public help site. If you are still having trouble, please email the ECC.
The ECC serves as the county's public safety answering point for fire, rescue and police incidents, using the county's Enhanced-911 (E-911) system. The center operates 24 hours a day. Emergency and non-emergency fire and rescue calls are processed for dispatching, while police-related calls are transferred to the appropriate law enforcement agency.
All Emergency Communication Center employees are certified in Emergency Medical Dispatch and meet the standards set by the National Association of Public Communications Officers.
For more information contact Corey Parker, Deputy Chief of the Emergency Communications and Support Services.