Regional Communications Centers

Ensuring patrol officer and public safety through careful handling and coordination of calls for assistance and service.

The process of screening and prioritizing calls for assistance and service, dispatching patrol and other emergency units, ensuring patrol officer safety and coordinating a situation through to its conclusion are the cornerstones of our Regional Communications Officer’s daily dispatching duties.

RCC North
RCC North

These centers are staffed by Regional Communications Officers (RCOs), Regional Communications Supervisors (RCSs) and Regional Communications Center Coordinators (RCCCs).

What It Takes To Be A Dispatcher
Dispatching for the Idaho State Police is very rewarding, fulfilling and exciting. If you are able to calmly and accurately process information during high stress or emergency situations, this may be the perfect job for you!

Spot something you think needs reported (DUI, Road Rage, Distracted Driver, etc)?

Dial *ISP (*477) from your cell phone, anywhere in Idaho.

Current Services, Systems and Goals – Including our Mobile Command Center

There are currently two Idaho State Police Regional Communications Centers (RCCs):
RCC North
RCC North

Coeur d’Alene – District 1 / Lewiston – District 2
The center is located in the District 1 office
615 West Wilbur Ave.
Coeur d’Alene, ID 83815
208.209.8730 Emergency Number
208.209.8620 Business Number
208.209.8618 Fax
Coordinator – Melissa Stroh

RCC South
RCC South

Meridian – District 3 / Jerome – District 4
Pocatello – District 5 / Idaho Falls – District 6
The center is located in the Statewide Communications Center at the ISP Meridian Complex
700 S. Stratford Drive
Meridian, ID 83642
208.846.7500 Emergency Number
208.846.7550 Business Number
208.846.7520 Fax
Coordinator – Denise King

Captain Jens Pattis

Communications Captain

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