The Casper-Natrona County Public Safety Communications Center (PSCC) is reenergizing initiatives to better serve our community.
In an emergency situation, the more information a dispatcher has regarding the incident and caller, ultimately helps him or her deploy the correct resources and ensure our community gets the help they need.
In an effort to be better prepared to serve our community during crisis situations, the Casper-Natrona County Public Safety Communications Center is asking the Natrona County community to provide crucial information before an emergency occurs.
For those individuals in our community that are differently-abled, or are the primary caretaker for someone with disabilities, PSCC asks that you complete the Disability Indicator Form. This form allows first-responders to be aware of those individuals who may have a disability that could impact a first-responding agencies response during an emergency situation. For example, individuals who are visually impaired or mobile through the use of a wheelchair. Depending on the specific circumstances of an emergency, this type of information is crucial for first-responders to be aware of, prior to arriving on scene.
Lastly, we are reaching out to our business communities to complete our online Business Emergency Contact Form. This form provides Natrona County first-responding agencies with a 24/7 point of contact for emergencies. For example, if a business is broken into after hours or if a different crime occurred on the business property and first-responding agencies need to gain access. This point of contact program allows first-responding agencies to get in touch directly with a local business representative, instead of a national telephone answering service – or no one at all.
“This information we are asking for from our community is one of the many efforts we make here at the Casper-Natrona County Public Safety Communications Center to go above and beyond in service to Natrona County,” said PSCC Manager Lori Jackson. “We know that having this type of information for our citizens will allow our agencies to better serve and protect them when they need us most. We’re proud to be that type of organization for the incredible people of Natrona County.”
Both of these forms can be conveniently completed and submitted on our website at casperpolice.org/forms.
PSCC operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and is the Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) for all calls received within Natrona County. PSCC dispatches calls for service for the Casper Police Department, Casper Fire Department, Natrona County Sheriff’s Office, Mills Police Department, Evansville Police Department, Natrona County Fire District, Wyoming Medical Center (medical service units), Mills Fire Department, Bar Nunn Fire, Evansville Fire, Salt Creek Emergency Services (Midwest/Edgerton), Airport Fire and Rescue and Casper Mountain Fire Department.
PSCC is a division of the Casper Police Department. The Casper Police Department is dedicated to the protection and safety of our community through the highest standards of professionalism in police services.