The Crow Wing County 911 Communications Officers are very proud to serve the citizens and visitors to our area. They dispatch and provide on-scene communications for 11 law enforcement agencies, 13 fire departments, 3 ambulance services and 16 first response teams.Dispatch Center


The 911 Communications Officers are responsible for utilizing various local, state and federal databases to query information, enter warrants for wanted individuals and information on stolen property, monitor the county building and traffic camera systems as well as serve as the law enforcement communication center for emergency and non-emergency calls. 911 Communication Officers must be able to multi-task as it is very common for them to be assisting officers at the scene of an emergency while simultaneously taking a 911 call about a different emergency.

E-911 Addressing

Please make sure the address sign for your residence can easily be seen by responders, especially in the winter months. If your sign is damaged or missing, please call the Crow Wing County Land Services Department at 218-824-1010 to have it repaired or replaced.

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