The Adams County Communications Center, Inc., or ADCOM 9-1-1, is one of the first operational Public Safety Broadband Networks (PSBN) in the United States. Funded through a Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) grant, the ADCOM 9-1-1 PSBN is a 19 site network, including 3 sites at the Denver International Airport, providing coverage throughout most of the county. Adams County's 2,000 first responders operate on a dedicated wireless broadband network using 4G LTE technology, with seamless access to the systems that support their daily responses to all types of incidents.

Per ADCOM 9-1-1 staff, the network coverage has far exceeded their expectations, and system performance will continue to be tested as the network is adopted county-wide.