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Sheriff: Digital radio system a huge benefit

July 3, 2013

Fuzzy radio communications between law enforcement officials of the Clay County Sheriff’s Department and 911 dispatchers is no longer an issue. That’s all thanks to the installation of a new digital radio system, which transmits emergency messages across the radios 10 times better than the Sheriff’s Department’s old analog radio system.

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