Emergency Communications



Database Management

The PBRPC GIS Coordinator II works closely with the County Addressing Coordinators updating and managing the Regional Map and Database System. All the mapping layers work together when used by 9-1-1 Call Takers to pinpoint emergencies, whether the caller uses landline or wireless devices. The addressing database and mapping is integrated into our 9-1-1 Central Premise Equipment (CPE) located at our (11) Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs). Enabling the PSAPs to provide accurate and reliable information to emergency responders to assist them in locating emergency callers as quickly and efficiently as possible.

The PBRPC 9-1-1 Program include the following 14 counties:

  • Andrews
  • Borden
  • Crane
  • Dawson
  • Gaines
  • Glasscock
  • Loving
  • Martin
  • Pecos
  • Reeves
  • Terrell
  • Upton
  • Ward
  • Winkler

Within the Permian Basin Region, 3 counties are administered by 9-1-1 Districts:

Ector: Ector County 9-1-1 District (432) 332-0911
Midland: Midland County 9-1-1 District (432) 684-9911
Howard: Howard County 9-1-1 District (432) 267-1900

There are 11 Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) in the PBRPC Program:

  • Andrews Co S.O.
  • Crane PD
  • Lamesa PD
  • Gaines Co S.O.
  • Martin Co S.O.
  • Ft Stockton PD
  • Pecos PD
  • Terrell Co S.O.
  • Upton Co S.O.
  • Monahans PD
  • Kermit PD