Federal Engineering Selected to Help With Arizona County’s 9-1-1 Consolidation Study
Monday, August 15, 2022 | Comments

Cochise County 9-1-1 in Arizona retained Federal Engineering (FE) to conduct a 9-1-1 consolidation Study.

“We have selected Federal Engineering to evaluate four emergency communications centers (ECC) in Cochise County and explore centralization approaches,” said Susan Papatrefon, Cochise 9-1-1 Administrator and project manager. “The project will include data collection, ECC visits, user interviews and operations observations. FE will document current conditions and develop models for consolidation including technology, staffing, and cost analyses.”

“FE understands that Cochise 9-1-1 requires a multi-jurisdictional 9-1-1 consolidation Study that includes SEACOM and the cities of Willcox, Benson, and Bisbee dispatch centers,” said FE President and CEO Ronald Bosco. “These agencies are currently sharing a multiagency CAD solution housed in the SEACOM center. Based upon our experience with numerous similar projects, FE will assess the needs of participating agencies and provide consolidation and centralized technology models available to enhance public safety and efficiency.”

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