(Neb.)-Meeting Regarding 911 Services Today In Chadron
(Chadron)-The State of Nebraska is conducting a study of 911 services within the state. The purpose of the study is to gather information relative to current 911 service as the state begins to transition to next-generation 911 services. Next-Generation 911 services provide additional means through which persons can reach 911 call centers, such as through text-messaging.
As part of the study, public meetings are being held throughout the state to allow individuals, local governmental officials, and any other interested parties to provide input into or to ask questions about the study or next-generation 911 services. A public meeting is scheduled for today (Tuesday), from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm in Chadron, Nebraska at the City Council Chambers, City Hall, 234 Main Street.
If anyone has any questions, or cannot attend the meeting, they can contact Tony Serbousek, 911 Supervisor for the Chadron Police Department, at 308-432-0510.
(Information courtesy State of Nebraska)
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