Calif. police dispatch center in crisis mode


By Lanz Christian
Vallejo Times-Herald

VALLEJO, Calif. — Working in the Vallejo Police Department's communication center is a juggling act.

Swamped with literally thousands of calls a week, the 19 dispatchers are charged with assessing each 911 call and deciding how to allocate the police and fire departments' limited resources.

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