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Byline: Debbie LaPlaca DUDLEY - Selectmen are poised to sign a pact with Webster to establish a regional emergency dispatch center that would operate in the soon-to-be-constructed police station on Main Street in Webster.
While that year there were 6,483 alarm calls to the regional emergency dispatch center, last year the number of such calls in the city dropped to 5,068 -- a decrease of about 22 percent.
com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090303/ATXLOGO) ATX will provide both Lexus and Toyota with GPS satellite, location-based Automatic Collision Notification (ACN), designated in-vehicle Emergency Assistance (SOS) button, Roadside Assistance and Stolen Vehicle Location service, each entailing a connection from Toyota and Lexus vehicles to ATX's specialized Response Center and between the ATX center and local 9-1-1 or emergency dispatch centers.
This would permit an individual in any city or town to dial 911 on a wireless or wireline telephone and be connected with an emergency dispatch center regardless of the local emergency telephone number.
Jupiter's best-of-breed products are designed for continuous, 24/7 operation and are used in network operation centers, electric power generation and distribution control rooms, boardrooms, intelligent traffic control rooms, emergency dispatch centers, financial management control centers, surveillance and security centers, and fixed and mobile military operations control centers in thousands of installations around the world.
He said he has gone on "ride-alongs" with police, and has sat in with personnel at the town's emergency dispatch center.
Money from the tax would also be earmarked for creating an emergency dispatch center for San Miguel County.
The system connects to a 24 hour Emergency Dispatch Center without a telephone landline or internet connection.