City of Fort Worth Emergency Management Center

Status: Existing


The City of Fort Worth Emergency Management Center is responsible for the management of emergency services, in the form of police and fire, for the City of Fort Worth. The responsibilities include preparing a response plan to the incident/emergency at hand, the dispatching of emergency forces to the incident location or to the site of the emergency, the tracking and route management of emergency forces reroute to their destination, and creating the appropriate recovery measures after the response to the incident/emergency.


StakeholderRoleRole Status
City of Fort WorthOwnsExisting

Physical Objects

Emergency Management Center

Functional Objects

Functional ObjectDescriptionUser Defined
Emergency Call–Taking'Emergency Call–Taking' supports the emergency call–taker, collecting available information about the caller and the reported emergency, and forwarding this information to other objects that formulate and manage the emergency response. It receives 9–1–1, 7–digit local access, and motorist call–box calls and interfaces to other agencies to assist in the verification and assessment of the emergency and to forward the emergency information to the appropriate response agency.False
Emergency Dispatch'Emergency Dispatch' tracks the location and status of emergency vehicles and dispatches these vehicles to incidents. Pertinent incident information is gathered from the public and other public safety agencies and relayed to the responding units. Incident status and the status of the responding units is tracked so that additional units can be dispatched and/or unit status can be returned to available when the incident is cleared and closed.False

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City of Fort Worth Emergency Vehicles