Multiple police departments across Arkansas reported 911 outages early Thursday morning, according to reports.
Little Rock police, Jacksonville police, Hot Springs police, the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office, North Little Rock police and the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office said their systems were down.
ATT, the company that manages the systems, said they are already working in fixing the issue that should be a statewide issue.
Conway police was among those to report outages too, but later confirmed that their system was fully operational.
If the problem is still consistent in your area, residents are asked to check the social media pages of their local police department where additional contact phone numbers will be provided.
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