SPRINGFIELD, NJ — The township has entered into a contract agreement with Mountain Valley Emergency Communications Center (MVECC), a regional public safety answering point, to provide 9-1-1 services to all Springfield residents and businesses and emergency dispatching services for the Springfield Fire Department and Springfield First Aid Squad.
MVECC will begin answering all wireless and wireline 9-1-1 calls originating in Springfield Township in June. Springfield Township 9-1-1 calls for law enforcement assistance will be transferred directly to the Springfield Police Department, while calls for Fire Department and Emergency Medical Service (EMS) assistance will be processed and dispatched by MVECC personnel…
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