Neptune: In an ongoing commitment to public safety, Sheriff Shaun Golden and the Board of Chosen Freeholders recently met with EMS agencies who received new digital trunk radios. This upgraded technology allows first responders, who are dispatched through the Monmouth County 9-1-1 Communications Center, to communicate with each other throughout the county in a more efficient manner.
“The new digital radios will allow our partners in EMS, dispatched from the Monmouth County 9-1-1 Communications Center, to communicate with one another most effectively, and, enable first responders to coordinate with others in surrounding areas, through interoperability, particularly during large scale incidents,” said Sheriff Shaun Golden. “This effort reflects our dedication to guarding critical infrastructures and maintaining the safety of our residents in Monmouth County.”
Monmouth County Freeholder Director Thomas Arnone and Deputy Director Serena DiMaso along with the entire Board of Chosen Freeholders are strong advocates for critical technology and ensuring the public’s safety.
“The Board of Chosen Freeholders has invested in public safety, and, absolutely one of the most important things we are tasked to do, is protect our public,” said Freeholder Deputy Director Serena DiMaso, liaison to the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office, Office of Emergency Management.
The Monmouth County 9-1-1 Communications Center provides dispatch services for 32 EMS agencies. Special thanks to Monmouth County EMS Coordinator Michael Bascom and his team for assisting the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office in this effort.
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