Control room closing down
Emergency calls from all over the north and north-east could be handled in Dundee under plans to shake-up police control rooms.
The Press and Journal can reveal proposals to slash the number of 999 centres from ten to three will leave bases in Tayside, Glasgow and Edinburgh covering the whole country.
Neither the old Northern Constabulary nor Grampian force areas will have their own control room.
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