System overload 

Novel response to 911 overload draws praise, possible funding

A months-long experiment of using SUVs to respond to non-emergency calls has already saved thousands of dollars

Jul 12, 2017


By Tyler Silvy
Greeley Tribune

GREELEY, Colo. — A spike in Greeley 911 calls lasting more than a decade has drained resources drastically, yielding a months-long experiment that has already saved thousands of dollars and one city officials believe could save millions if implemented full-time.

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