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SIERRA VISTA — It’s been a year since the much-touted Southeast Arizona Communications began providing a county-wide dispatch service for police, fire and emergency calls. But the facility, known as SEACOM, has yet to fit the needs of many of the state’s and county’s public safety agencies who say they prefer to maintain their own in-house dispatchers and call takers.

The South Eastern Arizona Communications Center in Sierra Vista has been open for 1-year.

Mark Dannels, Cochise County Sheriff, talks about the South Eastern Arizona Communications Center prior to it’s opening.

Cochise County Sheriff’s Office Assistant Project Manager Rosa Lopez shows a dispatch console in the SEACOM facility while under construction.

While most all things endure some type of “off season,” the same does not apply when it comes to thieves and their relentless efforts to separ…

The student union at Cochise College hosted this year’s 2019 Top Cop awards competition.

United States Border Patrol Agent Tiffany Anders was selected as the agency’s top agent at Thursday’s event in Sierra Vista.

Cochise County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Troy Haymore was named as the top deputy Thursday at the Top Cop 2019 awards.