Issues with PCSD 911 system resolved - Tucson News Now

Issues with PCSD 911 system resolved

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The final issue with 9-1-1 service has been resolved,according to the Pima County Sheriff's Department. 

9-1-1 calls were moved to a back-up system, while workstationsof the Pima Emergency Communications and Operations Center  were moved to a new location; now that thecenter has been moved the regular 9-1-1 system has been restored and is fullyfunctional.  According to PCSD there hasbeen no affect to 9-1-1 callers while the transition was happening.

For the next 45 days PCSD and Century Link will be monitoringthe system for deficiencies, if any, before final acceptance and payment ismade to the contractor.

PCSD is thanking the public for its patience and understandingwhile the transition was being made, and they look forward to the advantagesthe new 9-1-1 facilities will bring.

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