Stevens County begins switch to new emergency communications system
Stevens County must upgrade the technology used by law enforcement over the next two years and the price tag isn't small.
But thanks to aggressively pursuing grants and joining forces with other counties, revamping the county's radio and dispatch systems might be relatively inexpensive.
Sheriff Randy Willis explained the capital outlays facing the county for the ARMER, the CAD/RMS and the Next Generation 911 systems during the county's Board of Commissioners meeting Tuesday.
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