Communications Command Systems

 Communications Command Systems are implemented in each PPH. They are designed to receive emergency calls (Dial 110) and to facilitate necessary commands and operations promptly and appropriately according to the reported crimes/accidents.
 Dial 110 calls are received by police officers on duty at the response desk of the Communications Command Center. The officers ask the callers about the situation and location of the incidents/accidents. While detailed information is being drawn out, the caller locating system and the location mapping system help the officers to pinpoint the locations of the incidents/accidents. Thus, the officers can dispatch police officers to the scene promptly.

Community Police Digital Radio System

 To enhance initial police activities, the Community Police Radio System has been implemented.
 The system is composed of radio sets of the police-station-level communications system for voice communication and data terminals for data transmission.
 The system enables police officers to exchange and share information on receiving emergency call (Dial 110) messages and information such as texts, images, and locations among the Communications Command Center, police stations, and field police officers.