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911 training strengthened following Starbuck homicide

February 8, 2012

An investigation into the December homicide of a Deer Park woman has revealed that a call to the 911 communications center from the victim’s cellular phone was not immediately forwarded to the sheriff’s office for investigation.
Spokane County Sheriff’s Department Public Information Officer Craig Chamberlin explained that hang-up calls into the 911 center fall into two categories. A Phase One call gives the cellular phone number and the cellular tower location. A Phase Two call gives the number plus the latitude and longitude of the cellular phone.

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