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In March of 1973 the Federal Government issued National Policy Bulletin Number 73-1 endorsing the concept of 9-1-1 and urging its nationwide implementation.
The choice of the specific number, 9-1-1, was based primarily on cost factors, the comparative ease with which telephone company equipment could be modified to accept the number and on other considerations which indicated that the combination of the digits 9-1-1 would be easily remembered and dialed by most persons.

The first 9-1-1 call in the United States came from Haleyville, Alabama. Was made by Alabama Speaker of the House, Rankin Fite on February 16, 1968 to Tom Bevill, a U.S. Representative.  Read more HERE.
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OUR MISSION STATEMENT
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CPD ONLINE POLICE SCANNER
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About 911
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THE HISTORY OF 911
HOW TO CALL 911
CALLING 911 ON A CELL PHONE
WHEN TO CALL 911
WORST REASONS TO CALL 911
COMMUNICATIONS CENTER SURVEY
In March of 1973 the Federal Government issued National Policy Bulletin Number 73-1 endorsing the concept of 9-1-1 and urging its nationwide implementation.
The choice of the specific number, 9-1-1, was based primarily on cost factors, the comparative ease with which telephone company equipment could be modified to accept the number and on other considerations which indicated that the combination of the digits 9-1-1 would be easily remembered and dialed by most persons.

The first 9-1-1 call in the United States came from Haleyville, Alabama. Was made by Alabama Speaker of the House, Rankin Fite on February 16, 1968 to Tom Bevill, a U.S. Representative. Read more HERE.
Clinton E911 Mission Statement
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CPD ONLINE POLICE SCANNER
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About 911
CLICK EACH SUBJECT FOR DETAILS
THE HISTORY OF 911
HOW TO CALL 911
CALLING 911 ON A CELL PHONE
WHEN TO CALL 911
WORST REASONS TO CALL 911
COMMUNICATIONS CENTER SURVEY
MISSION STATEMENT
The City of Clinton Public Safety Communications Center strives to provide the most effective emergency and non emergency communications possible. To attain this goal we must establish professional standards and attract, train, and retain the qualified employees necessary to provide this service.

This agency will carry out all tasks with an eye towards the future. We will strive to make innovation, cost effectiveness, and cooperation our standard.


DEPARTMENT GOALS
Provide the most effective emergency communications possible for the citizens of and visitors to the City of Clinton.

Provide all public safety field personnel with professional communication services with emphasis on safety, accuracy, and cooperation.

Provide good jobs to competent people.

Establish a relevant and
effective training program.

Maintain professional standards.

Assist other public safety departments and outside agencies whenever possible.

Be innovative.

In March of 1973 the Federal Government issued National Policy Bulletin Number 73-1 endorsing the concept of 9-1-1 and urging its nationwide implementation.
The choice of the specific number, 9-1-1, was based primarily on cost factors, the comparative ease with which telephone company equipment could be modified to accept the number and on other considerations which indicated that the combination of the digits 9-1-1 would be easily remembered and dialed by most persons.

The first 9-1-1 call in the United States came from Haleyville, Alabama. Was made by Alabama Speaker of the House, Rankin Fite on February 16, 1968 to Tom Bevill, a U.S. Representative.
Read more HERE.