Ga. officials urge modern, mobile approach for emergency alerts

04/2/2013 | Augusta Chronicle (Ga.), The

Augusta, Ga., officials want people to use smartphones and other mobile devices to receive emergency messages and track severe weather instead of depending on community sirens that are unreliable and can be difficult to hear in buildings. Lincoln County is putting grant money toward a mass notification system that will be integrated into its computer-aided 9-1-1 dispatch system to broaden its reach and target specific coverage areas.

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