By Brennan David
Columbia Daily Tribune
Public Safety Joint Communications accomplished the first of its three priority projects today with the installation of a new telephone system meant to improve customer service and prepare the agency for technological advances.
The previous outdated 911 and non-emergency telephone system has been updated to the Sentinel Patriot Enhanced 911 Telephone System, a $598,000 installation that allows for better management of calls and aligns the agency for "next-generation 911."
Mo. emergency center installs new 911 technology