"The mission of the Lubbock Emergency Communication District is to provide the best possible, trouble free network for the citizens we serve to access emergency services by dialing 9‑1‑1; to provide the best tools (equipment and information) to each service provider agency that will enhance their ability to provide public safety services; and to educate the public on the effective and appropriate use of the 9‑1‑1 network."
When most people think of 9-1-1, the mental image is one of the men and women who answer the phone to assist in an emergency. However, 9-1-1 is actually a dedicated, high-speed phone network utilizing special hardware and software. This network is designed to quickly and efficiently route 9-1-1 calls to a predefined emergency answering point based on your calling location.
9-1-1 is a single, easy-to-remember number used to report emergencies to fire, police, and EMS.
If you are a communication provider doing business within the District's jurisdiction, please visit our CLEC information page using the link below. There you will find our current service fee rate information, as well as other pertinent documents.
To read the articles from the latest edition of the LECD Quarterly or download and view past issues in PDF form, visit the District Newsletter page.Visit the District newsletter page
The second full week of April is known as National Public Safety Telecommunicator Week. The District commissioned a commercial to run during the week in honor of our selfless men and women. You can view this video by visiting our Multimedia page.