Houston County’s 911 center getting $6.5 million for upgrades
WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Houston County’s 911 center is getting a $6.5 million upgrade.
The center’s commander says the current response system is more than a decade old, and adds the new one will lower response times.
“Just like any other piece of equipment, technology gets old. It’s time we catch up and help make the citizens in the county safer,” Captain Ricky Harlowe said.
Harlowe says the wheels are already in motion on getting the system installed. Plans are to complete the renovations and upgrades by the beginning of next year.