The Manteca Police Communications Center is staffed by a team of specially trained Public Safety Dispatchers. The Communications Center is currently authorized 13 full time dispatchers, one of which is a supervising Dispatch Coordinator.
The communications center is responsible for answering all 9-1-1 calls, non-emergency calls, the South County Crime Stoppers line and all transfers to and from other agencies. The Dispatchers are responsible for receiving, prioritizing and sending appropriate assistance to the citizens of the City of Manteca. The Communications Center is a vital link between the public and the officers in the field. Public Safety Dispatchers handle many types of calls and situations daily, from routine to emergency. The dispatchers provide a necessary, indispensable function for the public and police officers alike.
The dispatchers use a variety of computer systems to assist in providing necessary information to record incidents and monitor the activity of patrol units. This includes automated warrant systems, GIS mapping, stolen vehicle systems, computer aided dispatch systems and automatic vehicle locaters on the police units.
To contact the Communications Center directly, for non-emergency calls, please call (209) 456-8101