Welcome to Scott Emergency Communications Center (SECC)

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In 2008, all Public Safety Entities in Scott County began to consolidate their Public Safety Emergency Communications Services to the newly formed Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) named Scott Emergency Communication Center (SECC). The agencies included are the Scott County Sheriff, Davenport Police and Fire, Bettendorf Police and Fire and several suburban and rural police and fire agencies, along with the not-for profit MEDIC EMS services.

SECC is governed by what is called in Iowa a “28E” Board, which is a Joint Powers Agency to which the member governments belong. SECC is responsible for the uninterrupted flow of information in the area of emergency services communications.

We are committed to our community and are dedicated to providing effective and efficient public safety services and recognize our staff as being our most valuable resource. The professional and efficient answering of 911 phone calls and dispatching of police, fire, and emergency medical services is the basis of why Scott Emergency Communications Center was formed.

Features

Tuesday, June 18, 2024 - 2:00pm

SECC Technical Advisory Committee Meetings. For more visit https://www.scottcountyiowa.gov/secc/secc-technical-advisory-committee/meetings

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On March 28, 2023 at 10:00 am, the Scott Emergency Communications Center will conduct an out-of-sequence test of emergency warning sirens in the communities of Eldridge, Long Grove and Park View, in Scott County, Iowa. These additional tests are required to test programming changes made in those communities for the system the system that triggers sirens during an actual emergency.