The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department expects to save about $2,000 by shifting some of the cost of dispatch software onto the towns. Sheriff Jeff Richwine told the county commissioners Monday that the county had unknowingly been paying the software license fees for some of the communities.Continue reading
Starke County’s new computer aided dispatch system has brought to light some issues with the Hamlet Police Department’s computers. Town Marshal Clint Norem gave an update to the town council last week.Continue reading
Knox officials took action last week to get on board with the county-wide switch to a Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system.Continue reading
The Starke County Council members will hold several public hearings on budgets tonight. Those public hearings will include the budgets for Starke County, North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation, Starke County Airport, Solid Waste Department, and the Koontz Lake Conservancy District. A public hearing is also set for the Cumulative Capital Development Fund Additional Appropriation.
The Starke County Commissioners reviewed a quote from Caliber concerning a new Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system for the Starke County Sheriff’s Department.
Starke County Sheriff Bill Dulin shared information with the Starke County Council and Starke County Commissioners Monday night about the need for a new Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system for emergency services.
The Starke County Council members will discuss a request from Sheriff Bill Dulin about a new CAD system when they meet tonight. Sheriff Dulin said in a previous meeting that an update with the current system limits what the staff can use in terms of gathering pertinent information concerning drug cases for the application of grant funds. A new program could cost upwards of $150,000, which was the last preliminary estimate figured by Dulin, but he will have more information for the council members tonight.