Consolidating emergency management
The national standard for how long it takes to answer a call is 15 seconds, 95 percent of the time.
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In addition, different agencies use different software and equipment and have different procedures and protocols.
Heartland and North County Dispatch, often called “North Comm,” recently explored merging themselves but eventually decided against it.
Hurdles to such mergers can be high, Citygate concluded.
“The communication feed between agencies gets very strained during those times because they’re handling hundreds if not thousands of calls,” he said.
A merged center would also save money by allowing agencies to share in the unusually high costs such facilities face for technology infrastructure and security precautions required since the Sept. Such mergers have been discussed before, but the need is more imminent now that San Diego has grown out of its two-story, 1,563-square-foot facility in Kearny Mesa, Ester said.
“The ability to have that direct contact with your partners in one facility is a huge benefit,” Kevin Ester, interim chief of San Diego’s Fire-Rescue Department, told a City Council committee on Wednesday.