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For the first time, Durham Regional Police headquarters will be able to communicate by radio with all of the 287 officers on its staff across the region when its new $502,000 radio system goes into operation 5 a.m. Monday. Sgt. Bob Jarvest tests system at police headquarters in Oshawa. It will be manned round the clock by eight officers and civilan dispatchers to handle emergency calls, Jarvest said. Open in full size

For the first time, Durham Regional Police headquarters will be able to communicate by radio with all of the 287 officers on its staff across the region when its new $502,000 radio system goes into operation 5 a.m. Monday. Sgt. Bob Jarvest tests system at police headquarters in Oshawa. It will be manned round the clock by eight officers and civilan dispatchers to handle emergency calls, Jarvest said.

Picture, 1976, English

For the first time, Durham Regional Police headquarters will be able to communicate by radio with all of the 287 officers on its staff across the region when its new $502,000 radio system goes into operation 5 a.m. Monday. Sgt. Bob Jarvest tests system at police headquarters in Oshawa. It will be manned round the clock by eight officers and civilan dispatchers to handle emergency calls, Jarvest said.

Picture, 1976, English

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Toronto Star License

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From the Toronto Star Archives

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Police - Ontario - Regional Police - I - K

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Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

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tspa_0027963f