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At a meeting Tuesday with Callaway County Sheriff's Office and Ambulance District officials, the county commissioners and GeoComm representatives, Sheriff Dennis Crane cut ties with the company hired to develop mapping and vehicle tracking software for the EOC. Server problems and cellular reception in unincorporated areas in the county have attributed to major service problems throughout the nearly two years the project has been underway.

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CCSO ends AVL deal with GeoComm

Citing nearly two years of unsuccessful attempts at getting the county’s emergency response Automated Vehicle Location (AVL) system fully functioning, Callaway County Sheriff Dennis Crane said his office was done with its deal with GeoComm at a meeting with GeoComm and county officials in the Callaway County Ambulance District Tuesday.


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