The Emergency Communications Section oversees the development, implementation and ongoing operation of various emergency communications systems in Orange County. This section is led by the Communications Division’s Emergency Communications Manager.
Emergency Communications Manager's responsibilities include:
- Development and implementation of training programs for users of the 800 MHz CCCS and other public safety communications systems.
- Daily interaction with various governmental agencies, including law enforcement, fire services, lifeguard, paramedic, and public works agencies.
- Oversight of the Orange County Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) volunteers.