Hall E-911 joins national safeguarding children program

Hall County E-911 is now a member of the Missing Kids Readiness Program, designed by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC). The goal of the program, according to a county news release, is “to enhance the protection of missing, abducted and sexually exploited children.”


“In alignment with the program’s stringent standards, Hall County Central Communications collaborated with NCMEC to refine their missing child policy, ensuring its compliance with NCMEC’s model policy for call center agencies. Furthermore, the dedicated efforts of the Training Department, along with the diligent commitment of the Communications Officers, Communications Call Takers, Shift Supervisors, Coordinators, Specialists and Managers in completing the essential training, exemplify the exceptional leadership and unwavering dedication of Hall County Central Communications to prioritize the safety and well-being of children in the community.

“We are so grateful to the men and women of Hall County Central Communications for their dedication to excellence and their ambitious pursuit of additional ways they can further serve the Hall County community,” said Katie Crumley, Assistant County Administrator. “Their commitment to seeking out additional training, programming and support ensures that the citizens of Hall County can rest soundly knowing that their safety and wellbeing are always top of mind for our first responders.”

The attainment of this milestone signifies Hall County Central Communications’ enhanced ability to respond swiftly, comprehensively, and decisively when a child’s life is at risk, positioning the agency to play a pivotal role in safeguarding the children of Hall County.

NCMEC and the Board of Commissioners commend the Hall County Central Communications team for their outstanding achievement and unwavering commitment to the protection of children. Moreover, they express gratitude and extend hearty congratulations to the agency for this significant accomplishment.

To learn more about NCMEC and the Missing Kids Readiness Program, visit: https://www.missingkids.org/education/training/missing-kids-readiness-program

For a comprehensive list of all MKRP recognized agencies, please refer to: https://www.missingkids.org/education/training/missing-kids-readiness-program#members