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The Hood County Communications Center has 16 full-time communications officers under the direction of Administrative Lieutenant Denise Lizun. There are three shift supervisors - Katrina Davis, April Rodriquez, and Brandy Smith. Officers are trained for three months before they can dispatch on their own.

Communications officers are required to be certified for:

The Communications Center is responsible for all emergency and non-emergency calls for service requiring a police, fire, or emergency medical response. Staff also handle after-hours utilities for the City of Granbury. In 2009, the Hood Communications Center handled over 44,000 calls for service. Officers are highly trained and dedicated to sending the response you need, when you need it the most.

The Communication Center dispatches for the following departments:
  • Brazos River Authority 
  • Careflite and Life Star Air Ambulances
  • Granbury and Tolar Police Departments
  • Hood County and Granbury Fire Departments and First Responders
  • Hood County and Granbury Fire Marshals' Office
  • Hood County Animal Control

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