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GCN : July 2014
The new $23.2 million Monmouth County Sheriff's Office Public Safety Center was built with technology consolidation --- and cost conservation --- top of mind. The center, which officially opened April 29, offers 911, computer-aided dispatch and other emergency systems on a shared-ser- vice basis to dozens of municipalities, police departments and fire departments across the county. Its reach also extends beyond public safe- ty systems: local government agencies can How IT consolidation is remaking the local public safety system The ability to scale IT systems easily across jurisdictions eliminates the high cost of maintaining redundant services --- and makes the case for local public safety IT consolidation. BY JOHN MOORE 22 GCN JULY 2014 • GCN.COM AP IMAGES