Harrison Countians may be welcoming an additional dispatch service in the next few months.
At Monday evening’s Champions for a Drug Free Harrison County, members voted to use $500 of a $5,614 state grant to help fund a ‘411’ service for the county.
The ‘411’ service will allow cell phone users to text messages to the 911 dispatch center, where those messages will be forwarded to the proper law enforcement.
Citizens will also be able to e-mail dispatch over the Internet with any information regarding criminal activity.
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