Steuben Sheriff And Commissioners At Odds Over Operation Of 911 Center

By Jeff Neumeyer

March 7, 2014 Updated Mar 7, 2014 at 6:20 PM EDT

ANGOLA, Ind. (21ALIVE) --- The Steuben County sheriff is shining a spotlight on what he believes is a potential public safety crisis in the county's 911 communications department.

He says about three quarters of the full-time staff have quit, including the director, and that operations are not being conducted in accordance with accepted standards, with non-employees allowed to listen in on emergency calls.

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