911 Communications

The Morrison County Sheriff’s Office 911 Communications Center is proud to serve the citizens and visitors to our county. The 911 Communications Center is the public safety answering point (PSAP) for Morrison County. The communications center is responsible for taking all emergency and non-emergency calls and dispatching all law enforcement, fire departments and first response teams in Morrison County.

We dispatch and provide on-scene communications for 4 police departments, 11 fire departments and 11 first response teams.

Call Stats

In 2019, 10,690 incoming calls for service were handled by the 911 Communications Center. Many of these calls were handled further by trained dispatchers to provide additional assistance to citizens and responding agencies.


The Morrison County 911 Communications Center is a dedicated team of communications professionals who provide the critical link between public safety responders and the communities we serve. Our staff is comprised of:

  • Communications Supervisor
  • Lead Dispatcher
  • 8 full-time dispatchers
  • 1 ¾-time dispatcher
  • 2 part-time dispatchers

There are two dispatchers staffed 24 hours per day.

Reporting an Emergency

  • Report an Emergency (911)
  • Report Non-Emergencies (numbers and services)