Public Safety Radio System

Camden County Public Safety Radio System (CCPSRS)

Public Safety Radio Tower

Beginning in mid-2017, Camden County made a significant investment in its infrastructure that provides countywide radio communication for first responders. 

CCPSRS provides a stable, secure framework for interoperable communications among local area first responders. This standards-based public safety communication system supports first responders in their service to Camden County citizens. Through its administrator, CCPSRS handles the VHF Simulcast system for Camden County, including administration of the local area INTEROP channels. As of February 2021, the system spans 628 square miles, has 4 radio towers and includes more than 300 radios.

The system is at the forefront of public safety communications. It provides rapid response and facilitates cooperation of emergency personnel through countywide coverage and advanced technology. It is a reliable, easy-to-use system that adheres to national standards. System operation is monitored 24 hours a day to ensure its readiness to assist Camden County’s first responders.

Reporting Problems

Users of the CCPSRS are encouraged to use the online Radio Problem Report Form to identify any issues with their radio.

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