Report recommends 9-1-1 system changes in Los Angeles

07/2/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A Los Angeles County civil grand jury has issued a final report on Los Angeles' emergency-response system, recommending that the city roll back Fire Department budget cuts and reform the 9-1-1 center to improve response time. The report also recommends overhauling technology and replacing firefighters who work as dispatchers with civilians.

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