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Organizational Structure

Lapeer County is a political subdivision of the State of Michigan and is governed by the Lapeer County Board of Commissioners. The Board of Commissioners are public officials, elected by the citizens of Lapeer County to represent all citizens of Lapeer County, regardless of their place of residence in the County. The Board of Commissioners has the power and duties, including but not limited to, the creation of departments, the establishment of ordinance, the levying and collection of taxes, the establishment of budgets and establishment of policy standards and priorities for the County. The Lapeer County Central Dispatch Authority (LCCDA) is to be an independent organization in regards to operational policy. LCCDA is charged with the responsibilities of operating a central dispatch and emergency service telephone answering system for the participating municipalities and other emergency service agencies in the central dispatch program. All fiscal/financial actions of the Lapeer County Central Dispatch Authority shall comply with county-wide policies, procedures and standards which the Lapeer County Board of Commissioners has established.


E9-1-1 Lapeer County Central Dispatch
Authority Board of Directors

The E9-1-1 Lapeer County Central Dispatch Authority Board of Directors shall be comprised of eight (8) members from the following governmental representatives:

  1. Member of the County Board of Commissioners
  2. Citizen at Large (appointed by the County Board of Commissioners)
  3. Representative of the Lapeer County Sheriff’s Department
  4. Representative of the Michigan State Police
  5. Representative of the Townships
  6. Representative of the City of Lapeer
  7. Representative of the City of Imlay City
  8. Representative of the Fire Service

The intent in the formation of this policy board is to obtain balanced jurisdictional representation. A total of eight (8) members will constitute the board of Directors.

This body will make policy and fiscal recommendations to the Lapeer County Board of Commissioners, and will assist in the negotiations between the municipalities for fiscal and/or municipal interests in the governance of the E9-1-1 Emergency Dispatch Center.  This body will perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Lapeer County Board of Directors.

This board meets on the third Tuesday of the month at 2 pm in the basement of Lapeer County Central Dispatch.

MEMO 2017 Meeting Schedule – LCCD Authority Board

Next Meeting Date: June 12, 2017 at 2pm

 


E9-1-1 Emergency Dispatch Center
Technical Advisory Committee

The Lapeer County E9-1-1 Emergency Dispatch Center Technical Advisory Committee, consisting of seven (7) members, shall report to the Lapeer County Central Dispatch Authority Board of Directors and shall be comprised of the following members:

  1. Director of Central Dispatch
  2. Representative of Lapeer County Sheriff’s Department
  3. Representative of Michigan State Police
  4. Representative of Fire Departments
  5. Representative Lapeer City Police Department
  6. Representative Imlay City Police Department
  7. Representative of Emergency Medical Services

This committee will consist of seven (7) members, including the Executive Director and will recommend policy and operating procedures for the E9-1-1 Emergency Dispatch Center. They will resolve interagency or user group disputes arising among the various jurisdictions served by the E9-1-1 Emergency Dispatch Center. They shall also develop general operating procedures for participating agencies and standards for employees of the Center. The Advisory Committee shall work with technical groups on projects or problems related to the county-wide system. They will not be responsible to set policy for the agencies or the Lapeer County Central Dispatch Authority.

This board meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 2 pm in the basement of Lapeer County Central Dispatch.

MEMO 2017 Meeting Schedule – LCCD Technical Board

Next meeting date is June 12, 2017 at 2pm.