Washington State RCW's encourage public agencies, whenever possible, to consolidate resources and act jointly in an effort to minimize cost and maximize efficiency. I-COM 9-1-1 was formed under a cooperative Interlocal Agreement to provide emergency dispatch services for all of the law enforcement, fire and emergency medical agencies that serve Island County (both Whidbey and Camano Island).

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 I-COM 911 is a special purpose non-proprietary district that provides law enforcement, fire, and medical dispatch services to 10 member agencies and the public they serve.

Communications records are owned by the member agencies. To request records about a fire, medical or law enforcement incident - including recorded audio - contact the respective member agency.

Click here for a printable list of contacts for member agency public record officers, or click "user agency links" .

To request I-COM public records exclusive of communications records, click here for additional information. I-COM Public Records Requests must be in writing. Please be as specific as possible, and include your name and all contact information.

Written requests for I-COM public records (except communications records) may be faxed to 360-675-4717


delivered to I-COM, 840 SE Barrington Dr., Oak Harbor WA 98277

electronic delivery is unavailable.

I-COM became operational on March 31, 1997 and employs 19 full time Public Safety 9-1-1 Dispatchers in addition to the Director, Executive Assistant, and System Administrator.

I-COM's member agencies are:

Island County
Sheriff's Office
Oak Harbor
Police Department
Langley Police
Coupeville Marshal's
Office (Town Police)
Whidbey General
Camano Island
Fire & Rescue
North Whidbey
Fire & Rescue
South Whidbey
Central Whidbey Island
Fire & Rescue
Oak Harbor
Fire Department

Located at the north end of Whidbey Island in Oak Harbor, I-COM operates from a 4,000 square foot structure, adjacent to the Oak Harbor Police Department.

ICOM CPD Contract
The citizens of the State of Washington voted to implement Enhanced 9-1-1 service statewide by December 31, 1998. Enhanced 9-1-1 utilizes ANI/ALI technology (Automated Number Identifier/Automated Location Identifier).  This means that when an individual calls 9-1-1, the telephone number and location from which they are calling is automatically displayed to the 9-1-1 call taker.  This provides valuable information in the event the caller is incapacitated or unable to communicate with the call taker. I-COM has implemented the necessary technology and employee training and is proud to offer Enhanced 9-1-1 services to the citizens of Island County.

Our ultimate goal is to provide the best possible emergency dispatch services to our user agencies and the citizens of Island County.