Central dispatch would end multiple calls for Alabama county

12/19/2011 | Tuscaloosa News (Ala.), The

The Tuscaloosa County Emergency Management Agency in Alabama is rebuilding after an April tornado destroyed its headquarters. The project could lead to a centralized 9-1-1 dispatch system that would end the multiple calls and response delays that occur with city and county call-takers. Sheriff Ted Sexton said a central dispatch system would streamline responses and is "a way to save minutes when seconds count."

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