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News : In Case of Emergency: Dial 110
Dec 7, 2014 -- The Denpasar Police have launched a "panic button" and Call Center 110 service that will put the public in immediate contact with a sophisticated Central Command Center.
Also debuted by the police was the Studio Harkamtibnas – resembling a mini-theater that can be used for briefings to the press, student groups and the general public seeking information on the work of the Bali Police.
As reported by NusaBali, the inauguration of Call Center 110, panic button and Studio Harkamtibnas was presided over by the Chief of the Bali Police on Friday, November 28, 2014.
The head of the Denpasar police Djoko Hariutomo told the press that Call Center 110 and "Panic Button" are bold new steps allowing the police to quickly and appropriately respond to security problems reported by the public. Any member of the public can dial "110" from any telephone and be in instant contact with the police command center. Meanwhile the "panic button" is an alarm system installed at key locations across Denpasar that will instantly dispatch response teams to any area at the first sign of trouble.
The "panic buttons" will be installed in places such as banks, hotels and other high traffic areas.
Information sent via "panic buttons" and by calling "110" will be immediately relayed to officers in the field enabling faster response times.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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Published: Wednesday, December 10, 2014