Located at 304 Beasley Drive in Franklin, the Public Safety Center (PSC) houses the administrative offices for all departments under the Office of Public Safety:
Emergency Communications (9-1-1)
Volunteer Fire Services
Emergency Medical Services
The PSC also has classroom training space available for reservation.
The joint mission of the Williamson County Emergency Management Agency and Williamson County Office of Public Safety is assisting in the administrative, planning, and response aspects of Williamson County's fire protection.
Williamson Fire-Rescue is the partnership between the volunteer fire departments and Williamson County Government, and charged with ensuring that those who work, live, and play in Williamson County are served and protected by a professional, proficient and progressive fire service system.
Emergency Management Agency
The mission of the Williamson County Emergency Management Agency is to improve our county’s resilience against all hazards by engaging the whole community in prevention, mitigation, response and recovery efforts.
EMA has a vision for a prepared community in which every individual, family, resident, worker, visitor, government entity, and private organization is knowledgeable in and empowered to prepare for, respond to, and recover from disaster.
The 9-1-1 center for Williamson County serves fourteen various departments including law enforcement, full-time and volunteer fire, emergency medical services, and emergency management.
Dispatchers answer 9-1-1 and administrative phone calls for all departments, relaying calls to responders and coordinating incidents through recovery.
The Williamson Emergency Medical Services (EMS) are one of Public Safety's most valued partners.
Williamson Medical Center is dedicated to making their EMS among the best in the country.