Emergency Telephone System Board (ETSB)
The Emergency Telephone System Board of DuPage ["DuPage ETSB"] is an emergency telephone system board established pursuant to Section 15.4 of the Local Government Emergency Telephone System Act, 50 ILCS 750/15.4. As such it has an appointed governing board consisting of 8 members. The representatives consist of a member from: The DuPage County Board [Chairman of the ETSB board], DuPage Mayors and Managers Conference, DuPage County Fire Chief's Association, DuPage Chief of Police Association, DuPage County Sheriffs Office, DuPage Public Safety Communications [DU-COMM], DuPage Office of Emergency Management, and a DuPage County Citizen representative. DuPage ESTB has oversight of the Enhanced 9-1-1 systems for citizens of the County of DuPage and portions of Cook, Kane and Will counties, excluding Burr Ridge and Naperville. Enhanced 9-1-1 systems are a critical and valued state-of-the-art tool for the expeditious response of public safety to citizen requests for emergency service. DuPage ETSB has a head count of 5 full time employees and 1 part time employee. It should be noted that DuPage ESTB is wholly funded by 9-1-1 surcharge money collected from wireless and wire-line telephones.
The Emergency Telephone System Board of DuPage County now offers a free, new service to help you when you call 9-1-1.
Once you've signed up, first responders will be provided important information that will help them address your emergency. This information - including photos, medical issues and current location - can help Police, Fire, and EMS locate and help you.
Program supported by existing 9-1-1 fees - free to register & 100% private and secure
To learn more about this service visit: