Thursday at 10 p.m.: South Carolina county models turnaround in 911 services
Adam Schrager visits a county in South Carolina to learn how it turned around its 911 services
Since News 3 began reporting on problems within the Dane County 911 Center, we have been on the lookout for solutions. We may have found some in Charleston County, South Carolina.
The community struggled as we have with getting 911 calls answered quickly and getting emergency crews out the door to help. However, Charleston County has dramatically turned things around. The director of their 911 Center was here in Wisconsin this week, training, teaching and serving as the keynote speaker for our state’s emergency managers.
We went to Charleston County to see what we could learn, how we might be able to do things better.
Our story airs on Thursday night at 10.