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Agua Caliente Band Of Cahuilla Indians Contributes $100,000

Incident Command Center becomes a reality for Palm Springs

A state of the art Incident Command vehicle was unveiled at the Palm Springs City Hall this week. The vehicle features three separate dispatch consoles networked with Dell Server for 911 dispatching and radio communications, four flat-screen LCD TV/Monitors, a pre-wired hostage negotiating team telephone system, hardware to control 12 radios with touch-screen monitors, Motosat Satelite system for high-speed internet access and satellite television, satelite phone radio systems, day and night cameras on top of mast, digital recording systems, bi-directional antenna systems, wireless connectivity for laptop computers. The vehicle is intended to be used as a mobile command center for emergency situations, crisis situations including those due to weather or any terrorist related incidents. Photo of Palm Springs Chief of Police, and Mayor Ron Odon.