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9-1-1 Program

Welcome to the 9-1-1 Program.

About 9-1-1

The 9-1-1 Program administers the legislative mandate for a statewide 9-1-1 emergency communications system. The emergency communications system provides uniform, prompt and efficient access to public and private safety services for the citizens of, and visitors to, the State of Oregon.

9-1-1 Legislative Information

The 9-1-1 Program was established by the 1981 Oregon Legislature in the Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 403. ORS 403 are the codified laws governing the 9-1-1 Program.This page also includes any pending 9-1-1 legislation or current activities.

9-1-1's Transition into the Future

As technology continues to evolve, the emergency communications systems needs to keep pace with the changes.

Text to 9-1-1

In some areas of the state, Text to 9-1-1 functionality is available when placing a voice call is not an option.

9-1-1 Mapping Resources

Geographic Information Systems (GIS), mapping data, and location accuracy are critical components for locating a 9-1-1 emergency caller quickly and efficiently.

Toolkit for 9-1-1 Leaders

The 9-1-1 Program works closely with the 9-1-1 community in Oregon, other stakeholders, and industry partners in developing and sharing resources for the support and maintenance of the emergency communication system.
 

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