Click on which mailbox
helps  Emergency
Responders  find YOU?

Know Your Location or the
Location of the  Emergency.

Answer the 9-1-1 Operators
questions....
Do you need, "Police, Fire or
Ambulance"?

Your call will be Transferred to
the Appropriate Agency.

TOLD TO DO SO!
Counter
WRONG
CORRECT
Special Advisory For Emergency
Response
Free Potential
Life Saving Service For
Wilson County Citizens
9-1-1 Tips
Please Remove The
Battery
Before Allowing Children To
Play With
A Phone. Cell Phones
That Do Not Have Service
Can Still Dial 9-1-1
Check Your Address

Click on the globe and you will
be directed to a page with
instructions on how to check
your address.
WILSON EMERGENCY
COMMUNICATIONS
DISTRICT
MISSION STATEMENT
THE MISSION OF THE WILSON EMERGENCY
COMMUNICATION DISTRICT (WILSON COUNTY 911) IS
TO PROVIDE PROMPT EFFICIENT RESPONSE TO CALLS
FOR EMERGENCY SERVICES; DELIVERED BY WELL
TRAINED, DEDICATED EMPLOYEES, UTILIZING THE
LATEST IN COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR

Wilson Emergency Communications District (WECD) began receiving 911
calls in August 1990. The transfer method was chosen and continues to be used
for processing calls. All 911 calls made within Wilson County are received at
WECD and transferred to the applicable emergency responder. WECD receives
over 35,000 calls per year. Seventy percent of these calls are from cell phones.
Seventy percent are calls for law enforcement. Twenty five percent are medical
calls. Less than five percent are fire calls. Twenty five percent are unintentional
non-emergency calls transferred to law enforcement responders.
WECD utilizes the most advanced communications technologies for processing
calls and is among the first in the nation to implement Next Generation 911
internet protocol. WECD has invested over half a million dollars in a computer
network consisting of fourteen call processing stations that connects all
emergency responding agencies to WECD databases. These databases including
landline phone numbers with applicable names and addresses, aerial
photography labeled with all roads and addresses, 911 call history and
911-SAFER participant data. This data is vital in providing prompt efficient
emergency services. WECD is committed to maintaining accurate databases.