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    • Welcome to 3911.org

      Browse around our website and get Union educated!  Use the MESSAGE BOARD to post as a general forum.  Visit PERKS & INFO for useful information and perks.
      Local 3911 3rd Annual Member Appreciation and Retirement Dinner

      Click the online store button in the left column to purchase tickets. Like last year, physical tickets will not be sent out, we will be keeping a list. Thank you in advance and hope to see you on January 27th.
      Download: 3rd annual retirement celebration 2017.pdf

      New Castle County Transition information

      http://ncc2017.com/ Get all your 2017 New Castle County transition team updates here & find out when you can speak you opinion at a public meeting.

      Council 81 Staff Rep

      Council 81 announces the following job posting: Staff Representative, AFSCME Council 81 - Delaware DUTIES: AFSCME Council 81 is currently seeking candidates for Staff Representative Position who will service affiliated local unions. The position will be responsible for locals throughout the state.

      Lt. Ardythe Hope

      Funeral Arrangements for Wilmington IAFF Local 1590 Sister Ardythe Hope are as follows: Saturday, December 10, 2016 Chase Center on the Riverfront ... 15 Justison Street Wilmington, DE 19801 Public Viewing: 10:00AM - 12:00PM Funeral and Memorial Service: 1:00PM - 4:00PM The viewing and services are open to all fire fighters, first responders, friends and the public.

      Dues increase

       AFSCME International as enacted a mandatory dues increase effective January 1, 2017.  In years past the executive board has elected for the local to eat the cost of the increase.  This year we will be passing on the increase of $.65 to the membership making your monthly deduction $54.25.

      Communications Promotions

      Congratulations to PSO's Lisa McNulty, Ebony Richardson & Brandon Johnson on your recent promotions to Fire/Medical Telecommunicators

      WFD LODD

      Sisters & Brothers of Local 3911, Delaware is indeed a "Small Wonder" ... a diamond that dots the Atlantic coastline. Being small has its inherent advantages, and disadvantages. Not one of us is immune to the devastation that befell our extended family in WFD Local 1590 Saturday morning. Rest assured that our Local will stand strong to cradle and upraise our own. That is simply what we do.

      Sept 24, 2016 Two LODD WFD

      Today, Local 3911 mourns the two firefighters from the Wilmington Fire Department who gave their lives in service and we hope for the recovery of the injured still receiving care.

      NEW 3911 OFFICERS

      Nominations were held on August 3, 2016 for all 3911 officer positions to fulfill the 2 year term, Sept 2016-Sept 2018.  All positions were uncontested, with the exception of President.  Elections for President were held on Sept 7th, 2016 & Bill Wagner was elected. Congratulations to all officers

      New Castle County 911 Emergency Communications Center

      The 911 Center is the lifeline between the citizens needing assistance and the proper emergency agency being dispatched to render professional services. It is our intent to provide you with informative and useful information regarding the 911 system and how to use it.

      We are a public service agency working together to make a difference!

      How to Report a Crime
      Dial 911 for all police emergencies. A police emergency is when immediate police response is necessary to protect life and/or property. If a crime is actually occurring, it is important that you tell the 911 call-taker that the crime is in progress. Stay calm and answer any questions that the call-taker may ask. Stay on the line. Remember that the 911 call-taker is not the one dispatching the call to responding units. Continue to update the call-taker of the situation so they can provide current and accurate information to the dispatcher.

      Use Smart911 to create a family profile to be used by first responders in the event of an emergency.


      Mission Statement
      Our mission is to provide the county with a computer-aided emergency communications center that is easily accessible to all residents and is responsive to all requests for fire, police, and emergency medical services regardless of location



      New Castle County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) was the first paramedic service in the first state, and they celebrated their 30th anniversary of advanced life support delivery in 2005.  In December 2009, the New Castle County Paramedics became the first EMS agency in Delaware to achieve national accreditation through the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS).
      New Castle County EMS is a multi-jurisdictional county municipal paramedic service covering the entire 437 square miles and over 525,000 residents of New Castle County. We are proud of the men and women of the agency who exemplify their commitment to Excellence in Service each and every day.

      The New Castle County paramedics deliver one of the most visible services of the county government at one of the most personal levels of constituent interaction. Our service to the public extends beyond the 9-1-1 emergency responses and includes such initiatives as:

      • Community CPR and first aid training
      • Heroin Alert Program
      • Vial of Life Program
      • Special event medical coverage

      The EMS Special Operations Group currently provides paramedics for the department's Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) Team and bike medics for special event and all-terrain medical support.

      "Our mission is your life."


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