If you have thoughts or comments about the performance of the Lewiston-Auburn Communications Center, you may submit them to our accrediting body, the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA), through this link:  https://cimrs2.calea.org/750  Thank you.

INFORMATIONAL:  What Happens When You Call 9-1-1?

CODE RED - 9-1-1 Alert System

It is the mission of the Lewiston/Auburn 9-1-1 Emergency Communications System to serve the public and the agencies it assists by handling requests efficiently, in a non-bias, courteous manner with the best-trained professionals while striving toward a commitment to excellence.

The Communications Center is responsible for receiving calls from residents and businesses in Lewiston, Auburn, and Poland for services requiring Police, Fire and Medical assistance. It is one of twenty-six Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) in the State of Maine and the third busiest in average call volume.

Director: Timothy W. Hall
Phone: (207) 786-5380, X2
Address: 552 Minot Avenue, Auburn, Maine 04210

9-1-1 Committee Web Page

Administrative Staff Hours: Monday thru Friday 7:30am to 4:00pm
Communication Center Hours: 24 hours a day; 7 days a week

View Agendas
View Meeting Minutes
9-1-1 Annual Report 2022
9-1-1 Annual Report 2021

Membership of the 9-1-1 Committee

Chair – Chief David St. Pierre, Lewiston Police Department
Vice Chair – Chief Robert Chase, Auburn Fire Department
Treasurer - Heather Hunter, Lewiston Citizen Representative
Lewiston Councilor K. Lee Clement
Auburn Councilor Leroy Walker
Chief Jason Moen, Auburn Police Department
Chief Mark Caron, Lewiston Fire Department
Patricia Mador, Auburn Citizen Representative
Michel Lajoie, Resident At Large