Southeastern Massachusetts Regional 911 District is a full service primary Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP). Our PSAP is capable of receiving wireless (cell phone) calls directly, which means that calls are not routinely transferred from the state.
Emergency Medical Dispatch
Helping 911 callers right where they stand. Our center is a fully certified advanced emergency medical dispatch (EMD) center. This allows our staff to provide pre-arrival medical and life saving instructions to callers to assist before an ambulance arrives.
Incident Dispatch, Coordination and tracking.
From the 911 call to responders returning back to their posts; SEMRECC tracks, logs and coordinates all aspects of an emergency response. This includes in-town police, fire and ems responses as well as inter-town and county-wide mutual aid coordination.
Pre-planning and Incident Support
SEMRECC has numerous pre-planning tools and capabilities. The staff at SEMRECC routinely provides communications planning, command and control incident support, and provides other specialized support such as drone surveys.
The Southeastern Massachusetts Regional 911 District is a government authority formed pursuant to the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Currently serving the towns of Easton, Norton, Mansfield and Foxborough as a primary PSAP and operations center known as "SEMRECC." SEMRECC further serves as Bristol County Control, responsible for the mutual aid and major incident coordination for the county.
The 911 District is Governed by a board of directors and an executive director. The board meets publicly during posted meetings.
The 911 District headquarters offices and operations center are located in Foxborough.
Funding for the 911 District is largely provided through the State 911 surcharge grant program. All other funding is provided through community assessments.
William Keegan, Chair, Foxborough
Mike Yunits, Norton
Kevin Dumas, Mansfield
Connor Read, Easton
Robert Verdone, Executive Director
Erick Berg, Deputy Director
Lindsay Mitchell, Training Section Chief
Patrick Feeney, Operations Section Chief
911 Calls per year
Towns in Service Area
Major / Large venues
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Why is there no phone number?
We would love to hear from you, but we found that if we list any other phone number but 9-1-1, people try to report emergencies there.
If you have an emergency, call 911!
If you have an administrative question, please fill out the form below or email us.
100 High Rock Rd
Foxborough, MA 02035
(no public access)
Emergency: 9-1-1 (phone, text, TTY, all languages)