Technology helps Utah dispatchers communicate


By Ethan Thomas
Deseret Morning News

MILLCREEK, Utah — Decade-old communications issues between the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office and Valley Emergency Communications Center appear to finally be coming to a close.

In a news conference Wednesday, VECC leaders and the sheriff's office announced the launch of a partnership between the two dispatch centers through the use of technology that will enhance the ability of both centers to monitor their emergency operations.

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