FULTON COUNTY 911
As Director of Fulton County Communications, I am constantly trying to find ways to improve our system and department in order to provide the highest possible service to the people of our county.
I feel as though many great strides have been achieved in the Communications Center. We installed and deployed dual monitors at each in-house dispatch position, thus allowing for our mapping system to constantly be active and available on a second screen. We have enhanced our options for severe weather monitoring by utilizing internet based weather resources and implementing an amateur radio with one of it's uses being the ability to monitor Skywarn personnel and their direct communication to the National Weather Service. Additionally, we have moved into the old Post Office building allowing for a dispatch center with enhanced capabilities and room for expansion should the need exist in the future. We were also distributed six (eight total for the county) 800 mHz radio consoles through a district grant, saving the county tens of thousands of dollars and enabling us full radio capability on two systems. This is only a small list of improvements we have been able to make and I am looking forward to continuing to progress the department so actively in the future.
I am very appreciative of all the individuals that are associated with our system. From the 911 dispatchers themselves to the many public safety professionals comprised throughout the County. These are the people whom work 24 hours a day 7 days a week to ensure protection and care to our great County. They make my position that much more gratifying.
If you have any question, concerns or comments please call me at my office 574-223-2910.
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