Curtis Hale, a veteran fire dispatcher, worked in the new E-911 center following a ribbon-cutting celebration for the city's new Public Safety Operations Center on Cisco Road. The new Public Safety Center now houses police and fire dispatchers under one roof. LexCall, the city's 311 operations, and the Division of Emergency Management are also housed at the retrofitted juvenile detention center.
Curtis Hale, a veteran fire dispatcher, worked in the new E-911 center following a ribbon-cutting celebration for the city's new Public Safety Operations Center on Cisco Road. The new Public Safety Center now houses police and fire dispatchers under one roof. LexCall, the city's 311 operations, and the Division of Emergency Management are also housed at the retrofitted juvenile detention center. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Curtis Hale, a veteran fire dispatcher, worked in the new E-911 center following a ribbon-cutting celebration for the city's new Public Safety Operations Center on Cisco Road. The new Public Safety Center now houses police and fire dispatchers under one roof. LexCall, the city's 311 operations, and the Division of Emergency Management are also housed at the retrofitted juvenile detention center. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

Lexington fire department union criticizes 911 center for placing citizens on hold

December 08, 2016 06:35 PM

UPDATED December 09, 2016 07:57 AM

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