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Synonyms for dispatch

Synonyms for dispatch

to cause (something) to be conveyed to a destination

to eat completely or entirely

Synonyms for dispatch

an official report (usually sent in haste)

the act of sending off something

the property of being prompt and efficient

killing a person or animal

send away towards a designated goal

kill intentionally and with premeditation

dispose of rapidly and without delay and efficiently

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kill without delay

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As the caller reported a possible home intruder, the group listened intently and took careful note of the information on the dispatcher's screen until she dispatched an officer.
This extended view helps assure that the most appropriate equipment with the fastest response time is being dispatched to an incident.
His goal is to get medical personnel dispatched as quickly as firefighters.
The current system is unable to recommend the closest unit to a call, as units are dispatched according to their last known location.
City Fire Department helicopters were dispatched from Van Nuys Airport to fly over the region to make sure there were no fires or other obvious emergencies during the communications trouble, Humphrey said.
The old system provides only limited capability for agencies to view where units are being dispatched and has no GIS functionality.
Mobile dispatch allows work orders to be dispatched to field service professionals while they're on the road.
The feature helps to not only balance workload across locations, but also allows users to dispatch assignments to be dispatched by the user to best match resources and skill sets at various facilities," said Jim Dickens, CCC's senior vice president of product management and marketing.
Westell's ISOFault(TM) - Fault Isolation Device and Spirent Communications' REACT(TM) allows a single remote access control center technician to effectively perform testing tasks that previously required coordination between a central office technician and field technician dispatched to the demarcation point.