Lynden police, fire, Washington State Patrol and other security officials discuss plans for Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Lynden in 2016. North Whatcom County residents could see faster response times as Blaine and Lynden police officers will soon be dispatched by What-Comm, the countywide 911 call center managed by Bellingham police. The move will also increase communication between local law enforcement agencies.
Lynden police, fire, Washington State Patrol and other security officials discuss plans for Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Lynden in 2016. North Whatcom County residents could see faster response times as Blaine and Lynden police officers will soon be dispatched by What-Comm, the countywide 911 call center managed by Bellingham police. The move will also increase communication between local law enforcement agencies. Staff The Bellingham Herald file
Lynden police, fire, Washington State Patrol and other security officials discuss plans for Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Lynden in 2016. North Whatcom County residents could see faster response times as Blaine and Lynden police officers will soon be dispatched by What-Comm, the countywide 911 call center managed by Bellingham police. The move will also increase communication between local law enforcement agencies. Staff The Bellingham Herald file

If you live in northern Whatcom County, police may soon be at your door faster

May 10, 2018 11:52 AM