AlertOC is a mass notification system designed to keep Orange County residents and businesses informed of emergencies and certain community events. By registering with AlertOC, time-sensitive voice messages from the County or City in which you live or work may be sent to your home, cell, or business phone. Text messages may also be sent to cell phones, e-mail accounts and hearing impaired receiving devices.
West Cities Police Communications and the West-Comm Police Employees Association are proud to announce their support and participation in the Pink Patch Project!
— Pink Patch Project (@PinkPatchPrjct) March 10, 2017
The Pink Patch Project is an innovative public awareness campaign designed to bring attention to the fight against breast cancer and to support breast cancer research organizations in combating this devastating disease.
Interested in a Pink Patch for your collection? Visit the West-Comm Shop to order yours today! Patches will be on sale through October 2017 or while supplies last.
Learn more at PinkPatchProject.com
With the appointment of the new Police Communications Director, West Cities Police Communications JPA members and city staff thanked Steve Ditmars for his excellent service to the agency during his term as the Interim Dispatch Administrator.
The Cypress City Council welcomed Kasandra Bowden as the new Director of the West Cities Police Communications Center (West-Comm).
The Cypress City Council welcomed Kasandra Bowden as the new Director of the West Cities Police Communications Center during the regular meeting of the Council on Monday, July 11, 2016.
Ms. Bowden has been working at West-Comm for around two months now following a nation-wide search for a qualified individual to fill the position, which had been vacant for six years. Prior to joining West-Comm, Ms. Bowden worked for the City of Irvine.
If You See Something, Say Something™ is a national anti-terrorism public awareness campaign that emphasizes the importance of reporting questionable activity to local law enforcement authorities. Continue reading “Keep OC Safe Campaign”
West Nile Virus (WNV) is endemic in Orange County and is expected to be a public health concern indefinitely. WNV first reached Orange County in 2003 when a few dead birds tested positive. For more information on WNV, including how to reduce your risk, visit the Orange County Health Care Agency website (http://www.ochealthinfo.com/) or the State of California West Nile Virus information website (http://westnile.ca.gov).