9-1-1 dispatchers need an update 2017

May 9, 2017

 

 

Detroit:

5 times higher crime rate than the national average
Takes an average of 58 minutes to get emergency help
47% of the city is functioning with illiteracy.
Less than ½ of the residence that are able to work, are not working.
40% of street lights are not operating
 

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.-- We teach our kids to call 911 when they are in danger or need help, but will the police be able to find you if you need the police or an ambulance? What if that call for help was delayed because they can't locate you? You might be surprised to find out that sometimes an Uber driver can find you quicker than first responders.

 

"911 technology runs on a network that is almost 50 years old," said Karen Chadwick, communications manager for Grand Rapids Central Dispatch. "The network parts aren't 50 years old, but the network is 50 years old."

Calls made from landlines are most reliable; the address connected with the number comes up instantly. Nowadays, 80 percent of calls made to 911 come from mobile phones, which comes with its own set of problems. 

 

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