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Emergency Command Control Communication Systems Division
250 East First Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Emergency Command Control Communications System (ECCCS) Division maintains liaison with all public and private agencies or City departments associated with telecommunications. This division is responsible for developing and maintaining the Department’s automated telecommunications and dispatching systems. Director of Systems, Troy L. Hart is the Commanding Officer of ECCCS.
Some of ECCCS functions include:
Planning and overseeing the construction of the two new Communications Dispatch Centers, and the design and integration of a new dispatching capability for the LAPD
Developing, planning, maintaining, and auditing the radio frequency systems
Evaluating the performance of all vendor and contractors involved with ECCCS development and maintenance
Conducting periodic audits of ECCCS’ performance to ensure accomplishment of its operational specifications, performance levels, and capacity for upgrade
Planning, maintaining, and auditing the City’s primary and alternate 9-1-1 Public Safety Answer Point System
Maintaining inventory and tracking records of Department-issued ASTRO ROVERs, Visar radios, and mobile digital terminals
Reviewing, evaluating, and prioritizing all requests for the acquisition of new radio communications equipment.