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Calif. police upgrade dispatch center, crusiers


By Daniel Carson
The News-Messenger 

FREMONT, Calif. — The Fremont Police Department will soon use a state grant to put in a new recording system for its dispatch center and new police cruiser computers, the police chief said Thursday.

Chief Tim Wiersma said the department was awarded a $9,355 grant through the Justice Assistance Grant program for the technology upgrade.

Wiersma said the department had applied for about twice the amount of the grant award through the program — with Fremont getting the fourth highest amount of funds of any law enforcement agency in the state.

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