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Mo. emergency center installs new 911 technology

The previous outdated 911 and non-emergency telephone system has been updated to the Sentinel Patriot Enhanced 911 Telephone System


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The previous outdated 911 and non-emergency telephone system has been updated to the Sentinel Patriot Enhanced 911 Telephone System, a $598,000 installation that allows for better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."

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