911 Communications

Sarpy County

Sarpy County’s Consolidated Emergency Communications Center is a 24 hour, 365 day a year operation, and is the Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) serving all of Sarpy County, Nebraska.

The Emergency Communications Center is staffed by public safety professionals who are trained to answer 911 and non-emergency telephone calls, as well as dispatch police, fire and emergency medical personnel. Our dedicated staff utilize emergency medical dispatch protocols to provide instructions, including life support, to the caller/patient until help arrives. The Emergency Communications team works in partnership with area law enforcement and emergency service agencies to ensure the safety and quality of life for residents, businesses and visitors throughout Sarpy County.


When Should I Call 911?

Only call 911 for the following reasons:

  • To STOP a crime
  • To REPORT a fire
  • To SAVE a life


What is a Non-Emergency?

The non-emergency number is (402) 593-4111.

Call this number to report the following:

  • Any crime to a person not life threatening
  • Burglary to a home not in progress
  • Auto theft not in progress
  • Parking complaints
  • Noise complaints

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Sarpy County's Consolidated 911 Communications Center provides radio communications for:

Bellevue Fire Department

Bellevue Police Department

Gretna Fire Department

Metropolitan Community College Police Department

La Vista Police Department

Papillion Fire Department

Papillion Police Department

Sarpy County Sheriff's Office

Springfield Fire Department


Let us help you with any of your questions regarding Sarpy 911 Communications.

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