Berkeley Heights 911 to Be Handled by Union County Starting Monday

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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ – Chief DiPasquale is pleased to announce that as of 12:00 noon on Monday June 1, 2020 the Berkeley Heights Police Department will be implementing the final stage of the transfer of the call taking and emergency dispatch services to the Union County Dispatch Center.

In March of this year, the Township’s 9-1-1 call taking and EMS dispatching was transferred successfully to Union County Dispatch Center. This was followed successfully by the Fire Department dispatching earlier this month. On Monday at noon, all Police Department call taking and dispatch services will transfer to the County Dispatch Center.

We are confident that the services and the advanced technology provided by the Union County Dispatch Center will provide a great service to the residents of Berkeley Heights and to the emergency service departments that serve the community.

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