Documented Statewide Mutual Aid Agreement with Missouri Fire Marshal (enables use of VFIRE21 - VFIRE26)
Documented Missouri State Interoperability Committee frequency MOU and have channels programmed into all agency radio equipment (MTAC, VCALL10, VTAC11-14, VTAC 33-38)
Agencies that utilize MoSWIN need to ensure all devices are programmed with all Statewide Interoperability talkgroups, and all interoperability talkgroups applicable to their region.
Documented MEOC Frequency Authorization and Sharing MOU on-file for conventional analog channels that are to be programmed into MEOC radio equipment.
911 PSAPs will need to pre-plan with their 911 provider and CCERT to ensure successful transfer of alarm, administrative, and 911 calls.
Review the MEOC Capabilities Profile
Request MEOC Non-emergency deployments for routine training and familiarization
Provide power for MEOC if desired
During an Incident
Within Region F: Contact Jefferson City Central Dispatch 573-634-6400 and request MEOC. Provide name and call-back number.
Elsewhere within Missouri: Contact the Missouri State Emergency Management Agency or the Missouri Fire Marshal's office, and request the Cole County Type-II Mobile EOC. Provide name and call-back number.
You will receive a callback from CCERT to acknowledge request, and to obtain mission objectives and intent, location, etc.
Prepare an ICS-205 Communications Plan and have available to transmit to CCERT officer that will return your call while the team is assembling for deployment.
Identify an appropriate location for deployment of MEOC (level ground, no overhead obstructions, improved surface, etc)