|Chad Martin, Director
Boone County Joint Communications
|2145 County Drive
Columbia, MO 65202
Office (573) 554-1000
Fax (573) 875-1072
- 911 Police and Fire Dispatch Log
- Community Resources
- Non-Emergency Numbers and Services
- Register Alarm System
- Register Business Contact Information
- About 911
- Career Information
- Call / Dispatch Statistics
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Public Safety Partners
- Contact Us
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Training / Certifications
Trainees receive approximately 6 months of training. They are certified as Emergency Medical Dispatchers, an American Heart Association Certification in Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation. Each trainee also receives certification from the Missouri Highway Patrol-Missouri Uniform Law Enforcement System and several other dispatch programs.
Upon completion of classroom training (usually lasting several months), trainees are assigned to a field training officer to complete their training.
Frequently Asked Employment Questions
- "Every day provides new challenges"
- "Lots of variety"
- "Many times, exciting and exhilarating"
- "Great team environment"
- "Personally satisfying"
- "I feel good about what I do here"
Working at Public Safety Joint Communications
Below is some general information about employment at Boone County Joint Communications. For more specific information, call (573) 554-1000.
The Community: Boone County, Missouri is a developing community with a population of 150,000 located in Central Missouri. The largest city in the county is Columbia with a population of about 85,000. Columbia is home to the University of Missouri as well as two other colleges and offers abundant recreational and cultural opportunities. Columbia is consistently listed as one of the top cities in the United States to live. Check out the City of Columbia web site at http://www.gocolumbiamo.com/.
Equal Employment Opportunity: It is the policy of Boone County Joint Communications and Boone County to recruit and select the most qualified person for positions. Recruitment and selection is conducted in an affirmative manner to ensure open competition, provide equal employment opportunity and prohibit discrimination based on race, political views, religion, sex, marital status, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, or any other non-merit factors.
Immigration Law Notice: Only U.S. Citizens and aliens lawfully authorized to work in the United States will be hired. All new employees will be required to complete and sign an Employment Eligibility Verification Form and present documentation verifying identity and employment eligibility.
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