Franklin County Emergency Communications System/CoMIRS


The Franklin County Emergency Communications System Oversight Committee oversees construction and maintenance of a regional interoperable communications system linking police, fire, emergency medical services, and dispatch communications throughout and beyond the Franklin County region. Committee membership consists of a representative from the Franklin County Police Chiefs Association, the Franklin County Fire Chiefs Association, the Franklin County Emergency Medical Services Committee, the Franklin Regional Council of Governments Executive Committee, Tri-State Fire Mutual Aid, Shelburne Dispatch Control, and the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office. The Committee meets monthly.


The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Interoperable Radio System (CoMIRS) is a statewide 700/800 MHz trunked radio system that serves as the statewide emergency services communications backbone. CoMIRS is used by municipal, regional and state public safety entities, providing operable and interoperable communications for over 250 public safety and transportation agencies throughout the state. The system supports interoperability channels for use by eligible users.

Radio System Trouble

If you experience an issue while using the radio system in Franklin County, please use this Radio System Trouble Ticket to let us know. The radio system manager will contact you within 48 hours to confirm that he is working on the issue you reported.

Technical Assistance Documents for CoMIRS Radios

Franklin County Radio System Migration to CoMIRS Memorandum of Agreement Q&A Forum

Migration to CoMIRS MOAs Presentation

Related Documents

Meeting Minutes

For older minutes, please contact Xander Sylvain. Meeting agendas are posted on the Meetings & Events calendar on the date of the meeting.