Computer repairs needed in Attleboro will temporarily disrupt city and public safety services Local

ATTLEBORO – The city’s computer network will be shut down for routine repairs on March 2 to replace outdated software.

Because the police and firefighters are connected to the city network, their computer-assisted dispatch system will not work during repairs, officials said.

However, the city’s 911 system will still work, they pointed out.

Response times may be delayed as police officers will have to call or send a radio to the fire department whenever they receive a medical or fire emergency.


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