Omaha Regional Interoperability Network (ORION)
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The Omaha Regional Interoperability Network (ORION) is a multi-zone Motorola P25 CQPSK SmartZone system that operates over a wide area of southeastern Nebraska and Pottawattamie County, Iowa.
ORION is Co-owned and operated by Douglas County, Nebraska, and the Omaha Public Power District. Douglas County 911 CPSAP/Dispatch center is located near 156th and Maple in Northwest Omaha. Washington and Pottawattamie Counties own their own stand-alone CPSAP centers in Blair, Ne and Council Bluffs, Ia. OPPD operates their own Dispatch Center/ECC near 42nd and Leavenworth St in Midtown Omaha.
The following agencies operate over ORION:
Omaha Police/Fire, Omaha area Hospitals, Omaha Public Power District (OPPD), Douglas County Sheriff, Douglas County Health Department, Douglas County Volunteer Fire Departments, Metro Area Transit (MAT), Pottawattamie County, Ia. Sheriff, Washington County, Ne Sheriff and Volunteer Fire Departments.