Wednesday, June 16, 2004

New Pennsylvania State Police dispatch center active. 

The following article appeared in the York Dispatch. For the complete story click on the link below.

Article Last Updated: Wednesday, June 09, 2004 - 11:57:56 AM EST
Police system update

Control shifts to new Harrisburg center

By JOHN BUGBEE The York Dispatch

A multimillion-dollar modernization of state police communications will change the way troopers communicate with each other and the public.

"We're really using 1960s and 1970s methods of dispatch," said Lt. Adam Kisthardt of the state police Bureau of Technology Services. "Obviously this modernization will bring us into the new millennium."

The new network, called the Incident Information Management System, will mean that, starting later this month, troopers assigned to the Loganville and Adams County barracks will be dispatched from a new communications center near Harrisburg rather than from their respective barracks, Kisthardt said.


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