9-1-1 ACOG

About 9-1-1

The 9-1-1 Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (9-1-1 ACOG) is an intergovernmental entity formed in 1988 to implement, administer and coordinate the operation of the regional Enhanced 9-1-1 (E9-1-1) emergency communication service in Central Oklahoma.

9-1-1 History

ACOG, in partnership with local and state officials, created 9-1-1 ACOG on April 15, 1988, to more efficiently provide emergency communication procedures and facilities for Central Oklahoma. Today, 9-1-1 ACOG provides administrative, technical and educational services to nearly 50 communities in Central Oklahoma. We’re locally funded through 9-1-1 service fees on landline, wireless and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) devices.

9-1-1 ACOG on Facebook

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9-1-1 throughout Central Oklahoma.

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9-1-1 Board & Agendas

9-1-1 ACOG is governed by a board of directors that consists of elected officials appointed by county commissions and city/town councils of the communities in which 9-1-1 ACOG serves.

9-1-1 Technical Committee

The 9-1-1 Technical Committee consists of 9-1-1 managers and other public safety officials from the region. This body also advises both the board of directors and staff on policies that impact the operations of the regional system.

9-1-1 Technology

9-1-1 ACOG is one of the largest 9-1-1 systems in Oklahoma and provides suburban communities in Central Oklahoma a highly complex, state-of-the-art, Enhanced 9-1-1 system.

9-1-1 GIS

GIS provide critical tools to help 9-1-1 call takers locate callers.  9-1-1 ACOG collaborates with communities in Central Oklahoma to ensure map data is updated regularly so that 9-1-1 calls are processed accurately and promptly.

9-1-1 Training

In 1994, ACOG established the 9-1-1 Training Institute to offer Central Oklahoma emergency dispatchers a top quality, affordable and nationally accredited alternative to expensive out-of-state training.

9-1-1 Public Education

The objective of the 9-1-1 ACOG Public Education Program is to educate the public on proper use of 9-1-1 in order to obtain help in an emergency.

9-1-1 ACOG Team

John G. Johnson

Executive Director, 9-1-1 ACOG

Mike Davis

9-1-1 ACOG GIS Manager

Tanner Jones

9-1-1 ACOG GIS

Brent L. Hawkinson, ENP

9-1-1 ACOG Division Director


Chris Camp

9-1-1 Support Manager

Kale Littlefield

9-1-1 ACOG System Specialist I


Ben Bailey

9-1-1 ACOG System Specialist I


Robin Murray

9-1-1 Institute Programs Manager

Vella Fogarty

9-1-1 Administrative Assistant

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