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the town realized from this partnership has been funneled into having a desk officer at the dispatch office in town for the 12 hours the station is manned.
Additionally, Marino said, in the lockup area of the station there is a big red button that an officer can press if he or she is having an issue with someone being held. The camera in there turns around and video records what is going on. That mechanism hasn't worked since the transition, he said, and they're working on fixing that.
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Lunenburg's assessment for the new center will be $174,030 Prada Bag Cream the first year, $183,487 in the second, $192,623 in the third, $203,482 in the fourth, and $213,489 in the fifth year. Each community will pay an equal amount, according to Speidel.
While it doesn't require the town to hire additional dispatchers, Speidel said given the current call volume dispatch receives, it would be inevitable.
Before joining the dispatch center, Lunenburg had only one dispatcher per shift unless a special detail was being performed. Dispatchers also worked with a supervisor onsite outside normal business hours.
Lunenburg adjusting to regional dispatch
LUNENBURG Police Chief James Marino and Fire Chief Patrick Sullivan said the most difficult thing about transitioning to a regional dispatch has been integrating each town's technology and communication components.
Since July 1, 2012, every community in the state was required to begin providing an emergency medical dispatch that would require dispatchers to administer basic instructions to callers to deal with various medical situations.
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If Lunenburg did not join regional dispatch, the additional cost to the town to add four dispatchers would be $213,001, for a fiscal 2013 total of $510,180.
"We had an issue at the station after hours when it's locked and nobody is manning the front desk," he said. "Some people inside may not have a transponder like we do to get through certain doors at the station. We're working to be able to have dispatchers be able to open all the doors remotely for us."
something similar but said the process has become more seamless now that all departments are working together. He also said that through the process of merging data, Lunenburg did not lose anything because the other communities merged their data onto Lunenburg's software.
She said there is interest from other towns to join the dispatch center, and if they did it would ultimately reduce the town's assessment, which could then fund more hours at the station.
Lunenburg's public safety dispatchers transitioned to the facility at Devens in June. They were the first of four member communities which also include Devens, Harvard and Lancaster to do so.
"Other than that, it's a growing pains thing and getting used to change," he said. "Everything is going to take time."
The cost to Lunenburg for dispatch services in fiscal 2012 was $294,460, and was projected to be $279,179 for fiscal 2013, according to Town Manager Kerry Speidel.
Marino agreed, saying there has been a learning curve that has to be overcome.
a day, seven days a week, at 270 Barnum Road. While dispatchers from each town work at the new center, officers remain stationed at each town's police station and will respond to calls in their towns.
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