Ore. city 911 dispatchers need more training, audit says

07/16/2013 | Oregonian (Portland), The

An audit of the Portland, Ore., Bureau of Emergency Communications says 911 operators who answer calls for Multnomah County gain training that meets minimum state standards but "does not provide sufficient exposure to all necessary skills." The bureau director says the agency needs more funding to address concerns in the audit.

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