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Welcome To The Consolidated Communications Bureau

The Consolidated Communications Bureau was created in 2004 for the purpose of providing consolidated emergency communications to state, county and local public safety agencies. The Bureau operates four Regional Communications Centers (RCC) in Augusta, Gray, Bangor and Houlton that provide both Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) and emergency dispatch services for police, fire and emergency medical services. The RCCs provide dispatching services for State Police, Maine Warden Service, Maine Drug Enforcement Agency, State Fire Marshals Office, Maine Turnpike Authority, and the Departments of Marine Resources and Environmental Protection. In addition, each of the four Regional Communications Centers provide dispatch services for dozens of fire, rescue, police, and ambulance services across Maine.

The Bureau has openings on a regular basis for dispatchers at its four RCCs and information can be obtained by clicking here or on the links above.




NEW! Registration of Persons with Autistic Spectrum Disorder and/or Disabilities


The Autism Society of Maine in conjunction with Inland Fish and Game (Game Wardens) have created a checklist to identify and register the addresses of families whose members have an Autism Spectrum Disorder or other special need(s). Should the family member go missing the checklist will be used to provide key information immediately to emergency responders. To register, fill out the form, either on-line or after printing it and provide it to your local law enforcement and/or fire/rescue departments. For the Game Wardens the form can be sent to the Augusta Regional Communications System at the mailing address on the "Contact Us" page or emailed to CAD Administrator to be added to their system.


CLICK HERE FOR THE CHECKLIST



Posted Roads and Regulations

Here are links to both the posted road list and the regulations from the Maine Department of Transportation regarding posted roads