The SBRPCA (also referred to as the “RCC” for Regional Communications Center) is a joint powers authority currently owned by the Cities of Gardena, Hawthorne and Manhattan Beach while also providing communications services under contract to the cities of El Segundo and Hermosa Beach. The RCC processes approximately 250,000 police and fire incidents annually in the Southern California region commonly referred to as the “South Bay”.
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During an emergency, police and fire responders are there to help you. However, in the event of a major disaster, police and fire personnel may find it necessary to prioritize calls in order to help those in life-threatening situations. In order to help keep emergency responders available for those in dire need, you should prepare yourself for both major and minor emergencies for your own safety. Emergency prepardness should be an important part of your planning.
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We are currently accepting applications for the position of 9-1-1 Dispatcher. All correspondence to applicants will be via email, so make sure your email address is written clearly at the top of the application. Resumes are not accepted. Refer to the "Employment" section of this website for an application and further information. Telephone calls regarding the position will not be accepted and will be grounds for disqualification.
The South Bay Regional Public Communications Authority is accepting proposals for an Integrated Public Safety Solution. Proposals due June 10, 2015, 3:00 PM. Click here to access Section 1 and Section 2 of the Request for Proposal. Email the project consultant (wromesburg(at)cit-com.com) to receive the Chapter 3 requirements workbook in Microsoft Excel. Click here to access Addendum 2.