Fire and Law Enforcement/Emergency Services
Emergency Services agencies require regular training.
Local Emergency Services work together to assist each other with training. Example: Dyess and the community work together to increase the understanding and effectiveness of fire and law enforcement emergency services. This partnership includes conducting joint training for scenarios such as large-scale disasters, downed aircraft, or active shooters scenarios and sharing facilities such as firing ranges or fire training facilities and equipment.
Each entity is able to use the other’s emergency operations center as a secondary to their own, if that need should arise.