Officials say university-based PSAP may cause delays

02/19/2013 | NJ.com (Hackensack, N.J.)

Officials in Princeton, N.J., are concerned landline calls to Princeton University's 9-1-1 system may delay emergency response times because dispatchers decide whether to alert the town's fire or police units or allow the university to handle the situation itself. Princeton is among a number of colleges and universities with a public safety answering point system, and officials say the school plans to keep it but is open to making improvements.

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