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Communications Division  
9-1-1 Emergency  
   
 
Serving the Communications Division
 
Don Schwartzer, Captain III
Don Schwartzer
Captain III
100 North Los Angeles Street
Los Angeles, California 90012
213-978-6585
Fax: 213-978-6595

Communications Division serves as a support entity for the entire Los Angeles Police Department. Communications Division's Valley and Metropolitan Dispatch Centers are the Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) for the City of Los Angeles. As the PSAP, Communications Division has the responsibility to staff and answer, on a 24-hour basis, the telephones upon which calls for service are received. This includes 911 emergency calls (police, fire, and paramedic). Communications Division handles only police related calls for the City. When a 911 call for the Los Angeles Fire Department is received, the caller is connected with the Fire Department. Captain Don Schwartzer is the Commanding Officer of Communications Division.
 
 
     
 
About the Communications Division

Communications Division Mission Statement

Functions of the Communication Division

CD Department Command Post

New Communications Dispatch Centers

Community Relations Unit

Community Relations Unit Info

   
About 911

When to Use 9-1-1 vs. 877-ASK-LAPD

How to Call 9-1-1

9-1-1 Use and Abuse

History of 9-1-1

Actual 9-1-1 Calls

Important Phone Numbers and Contact Info

877-ASK-LAPD

Communications Division Contact Information

Non-Emergency Crime Reporting and Hotlines

 
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