The Loveland-Symmes Fire Department’s Northeast Communications Center (NECC) has become a member in the Missing Kids Readiness Program. This makes NECC the 8th emergency communications center in the State of Ohio and the 2nd in the Greater Cincinnati region to become a program member.
From the moment the report of a missing child comes in to the resolution of the case, every action taken has the potential to make the difference between a successful recovery and a tragic outcome. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) developed the Missing Kids Readiness Program to promote best practices for responding to calls of missing, abducted, and sexually exploited children.
NECC has been recognized for meeting essential training and policy elements demonstrating preparedness for responding to a missing child incident. NECC provides 911 service, emergency, and non-emergency dispatching for the City of Loveland and Hamilton County District 3.
To meet the requirements of the Program, NECC worked with NCMEC on their missing child policy to ensure it met the critical elements of the model policy for emergency communications centers. In addition, NECC’s Captain of Communications Aaron Burg completed the required agency administrator training and ensured all dispatchers and training officers completed their required training.
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