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Victor H. Sims

About the Nome Police Department

The Nome Police Department (Alaska) consists of one chief of police, one sergeant, six sworn police officers, one animal control officers, one communications supervision and five civilian communications personnel. According to Gary Allen, of Dispatch Magazine, the Nome Police Department may have been the second police department in the county to implement a 911 system.  On February 22, 1968 (less than a week after the fist 911 call was maid in Haleyville (Alabama), “Nome reportedly implements their 911 system, after legislative support of 911 by then-U.S. Senator Ernest Gruening, formerly Governor of the Territory of Alaska before its statehood in 1959.”

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