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Public Safety Answering Point Reconfiguration Report
Kimball Report: Optimum PSAP Reconfiguration Assessment
Welcome to the Maine Emergency Services Communication Bureau
The Emergency Services Communication Bureau, the state agency responsible for Enhanced 9-1-1 in Maine. We are proud to announce that 100% of Maine's population now has service. The last town, Lincoln, was activated July 8, 2008. Public safety officials continue to credit this system with saving lives and solving crimes.
Although Enhanced 9-1-1 has many public safety benefits, the two most important features are:
Only call 9-1-1 to save a life, report a fire or stop a crime. For non-emergencies, use the police, fire and medical service telephone numbers provided in the white pages of the local phone book.
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