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emergency-dispatch

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of south-central Michigan, a residential suburb of Lansing. It is the seat of Michigan State University (founded 1855). Population: 46,000.

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  • The cities have already started a joint emergency-dispatch center that has grown to include other cities.

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  • The city outsourced emergency-dispatch services to Monmouth County to save $500,000 this year, and as much as $300,000 in coming years, said Reidy, the city manager.

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  • The group has already concluded that it is feasible to consolidate emergency-dispatch services.

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  • Hanover's is the 14th emergency-dispatch center globally to be awarded the distinction, the county said in a news release.

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  • But because this style of fraudulent calls is so new, and many emergency-dispatch centers receive few Internet calls in the first place, those upgrades are not frequently done.

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  • The public-safety complex aims to put emergency-dispatch services throughout the county under one roof.

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  • Martin, a retired emergency-dispatch supervisor, criticized Kern for voting to cut non-sworn workers from the Police Department.

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  • By Derrick Nunnally INQUIRER STAFF WRITER In what is described as a first for the region, Montgomery County has put its emergency-dispatch reports live on the county

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