Privatizing 9-1-1 isn't part of plan in several N.J. areas

01/24/2013 | Times (Trenton, N.J.), The

After Lawrence Township, N.J., became the first town in the state to privatize 9-1-1 dispatch services, officials from other New Jersey communities said they did not plan to follow suit. They said they are skeptical of hiring a for-profit company and concerned about how much privatization would save long term.

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