Even an edited version, that report on New York City's 911 system (the one Bloomberg had to be ordered to release) reportedly does not paint a pretty picture of our city's emergency preparedness.
The city's attempt to consolidate its emergency communications system was supposed to be done in 2008 at a cost of $1.3 billion. Now it scheduled to end in 2015 at a cost of $2.3 billion.
Shouldn't New York's Emergency dispatch system be well-protected from the computer problems that plague the rest of us?
Though crime is down, the average amount of time it takes officers to respond to a 911 call has increased by 90 seconds since 2007, city statistics show.
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