WHP Dispatch Vision Statement

WHP Dispatch is a vital link between the public and emergency services, committed to serving with courtesy, professionalism, and compassion.  

The Wyoming Highway Patrol operates a centralized communications center based in Cheyenne. In this center, WHP dispatchers make a difference every day to communicate and coordinate the efforts of WHP troopers statewide as well as many other agencies and emergency responders. WHP dispatchers are highly skilled and proficient in the operation of a statewide multi-tower computerized two-way radio network and a multi-faceted, computer-aided dispatch system. WHP dispatchers use these and a variety of other resources to:

In addition to WHP Troopers, the Wyoming Highway Patrol Communications Center is responsible for providing dispatch services to other agencies via a radio system called the State Agency Law Enforcement Communications System or SALECS. SALECS enables dispatchers to communicate with and dispatch calls to: