Emergency Services

  Posted on: Tuesday, January 28, 2020
University of Nebraska Omaha using data to help make Sarpy County safer
3NewsNow.com, by: John Madden, January 27,2020
As Sarpy County continues to grow, so does the number of 911 calls they receive. As a way to help law enforcement, the University of Nebraska - Omaha created a program that gathers data from those 911 calls with the hopes it will make Sarpy County safer.

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