The Hemet Council approves the acquisition of a brand new police and fireplace radio system

Hemet City Council has approved the purchase of a new radio frequency radio system that will replace its outdated system with new equipment and a close link between police, fire departments and other public safety companies. The City Council, whose Mayor Pro Tem Linda Krupa was absent on Tuesday, February 23, after a long discussion with Police Chief Eddie Pust, approved an agreement with the Riverside County’s Public Safety Communication System that would allow for better communication between the police and fire departments City aims to improve departments and other public security services in the county and in the state. The city council also approved the replacement of the city’s obsolete public safety equipment with more modern hardware and software to join the PSEC for a purchase price of $ 141,519.34 for the facility and facility

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