Will this affect service?

No.  Jeffcom911 offers virtually all the same services. JeffCom911 will also pool all of the designated Clear Creek County dispatchers together in a “pod” that way, people who know Clear Creek County best will be taking the calls from Clear Creek County. First responders will still be responding from their stations in Clear Creek County—not Jefferson County.

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1. Why is Clear Creek County even looking into switching to Jeffcom911?
2. Was there a study? What were the recommendations?
3. How much money will this save the County?
4. Will this affect service?
5. Will the current dispatchers in the County lose their jobs?
6. Why didn’t Clear Creek County look into a partnership with Gilpin County?
7. Is Clear Creek County the only local entity looking into this?
8. How was the public informed during this process?
9. When will the switch take place?
10. Where can I find out more information?