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Glenville police changes tied to new dispatch center

Non-emergency number to be changed, front desk shuttered

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Glenville residents looking to report a crime, road hazard, accident or loose dog have a new number to call. Starting Monday, residents should call 630-0911 for non-emergencies, instead of 384-3444, according to a news release from the Glenville Police Department. For emergencies, they should continue to call 911. The change comes with the opening of the Unified Communications Center, a consolidation of Schenectady County’s various dispatch operations into one building on Hamburg Street in Rotterdam. ...

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May 18, 2014
5:55 a.m.

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Does this include the Village of Scotia?

May 18, 2014
6:12 a.m.

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This looks like purposely cutting some front end customer services to make the new dispatch center look like the "bad boy".