ST. JOHN | Lake County is putting together the hardware for a consolidated public safety communications network. All it needs now is the people to use it.
CROWN POINT | Lake County officials are calling all police and fire dispatchers to join the new E-911 service.
CROWN POINT | It could cost taxpayers up to $19 million to equip Lake County's public safety personnel with state-of-the art communications gear.
CROWN POINT | Lake County commissioners again refused to reopen their purse strings Wednesday to a consultant they already have paid nearly $1 million to bring the county jail up to federal standards.
CROWN POINT | Crown Point Sgt. Jack Allendorf is the finalist for the position of deputy director of the Lake County's consolidated E-911 communications service.
CROWN POINT | Consolidating Lake County’s E-911 networks into one countywide system isn’t an option; it’s state law. And it will cost all 17 municipal units most of their public safety funds whether officials agree with the mandate or not.
ST. JOHN | Efforts to open a clear line of communication among Lake County's police and firefighters were troubled by static over government policy Wednesday.
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Should the Indiana attorney general's office compel all Lake County municipalities to merge E-911 dispatch services?