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Christian County Emergency Services is a consolidated emergency communications center dedicated to providing essential and life saving services to the citizens, visitors and public safety officials of Christian County, Missouri. Our organization uses enhanced 9-1-1 answering equipment, a state of the art computer aided dispatch system and maintains a county-wide radio system; servicing seven law enforcement agencies, seven fire districts, and one ambulance district. Christian County is located in southwest Missouri occupying approximately 564 square miles and has been one of the fastest growing counties in the state and in the top twenty fastest growing counties in the United States since the early 2000’s.  With that growth, emergency communications saw no change until 2009 when the voters passed a 1/4 cent sales tax to fund emergency communications due to a declining land line surcharge.  The new sales tax allowed for three separate communications centers to consolidate and become a centralized 9-1-1 public safety answering point (PSAP) and emergency communications dispatch center.
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Christian County Emergency Services is a consolidated emergency communications center dedicated to providing essential and life saving services to the citizens, visitors and public safety officials of Christian County, Missouri. Our organization uses enhanced 9-1-1 answering equipment, a state of the art computer aided dispatch system and maintains a county-wide radio system; servicing seven law enforcement agencies, seven fire districts, and one ambulance district. Christian County is located in southwest Missouri occupying approximately 564 square miles and has been one of the fastest growing counties in the state and in the top twenty fastest growing counties in the United States since the early 2000’s.  With that growth, emergency communications saw no change until 2009 when the voters passed a 1/4 cent sales tax to fund emergency communications due to a declining land line surcharge.  The new sales tax allowed for three separate communications centers to consolidate and become a centralized 9-1-1 public safety answering point (PSAP) and emergency communications dispatch center.
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