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27 February Tuesday

Town Hall Meeting (Ward 5): Technology for First Responders

27 February 2024, 19:00 - 27 February 2024, 20:00
Lillie Burney Learning Center, 901 Ida Ave
Hattiesburg, MS 39401 United States

Town Hall Meeting (Ward 5): Tech for First Responders

The City of Hattiesburg is evaluating the potential use of three technology initiatives for the city’s first responders: drone-supported assistance for both fire and police, as well as camera-assisted support for the police department regarding ticketing school zone violations and uninsured drivers.

The first phase of the proposal will include a public engagement component to hear feedback from residents throughout the City of Hattiesburg.

Throughout the first few months of 2024, Mayor Toby Barker will host town halls in each of the five wards. He will be joined by the administrative teams of both the Hattiesburg Police and Fire Departments to discuss these three initiatives with opportunities to hear from residents regarding questions and general feedback.

Date: February 27
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Event CategoriesEvents, Public Meeting
Address: 901 Ida Ave
Hattiesburg, MS 39401 United States

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