Ozark Approves $40,000 For New E-911 Consoles

By Adam Kamerer

At their February 15th meeting, the Ozark City Council voted to approve $40,000 for new consoles for the E-911 dispatch center.

Ozark recently purchased Motorola P25 two-way radios for its police and fire departments, which spurred the decision to purchase the new consoles. The Dale County Sheriff’s Department also uses Motorola P25 radios. “It will be better for the city and the county to be on the same system,” says Frankie Wilson, chairman of the E-911 board.

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