The Indy Star published this article yesterday about the new Indianapolis Emergency Operations Center on the Lifeline Data Centers campus.
Keeping an eye on crime just got a little easier in Indianapolis.
At least that’s the contention of city officials, who said a new 76,000-square-foot Regional Operations Center that opened Wednesday gives them faster and more accurate information about where crimes are being committed.
“The creation and opening of the (center) is an integral part of our ongoing, proactive plan to ensure the safety of the public,” Mayor Greg Ballard said in a prepared statement.
The center, at the old Eastgate Consumer Mall on Shadeland Avenue near Washington Street, dwarfs the old 1,100-square-foot Marion County Emergency Operations Center at 47 N. State Ave.
More of the Indy Star article from John Tuohy