Supervisor replaced after Atlanta 911 call center controversy

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FOX 5 News broke a story back in June about numerous complaints regarding how the head of Atlanta's 911 system treated operators including denying them bathroom breaks. Thursday, new developments emerged in that story.

FOX 5 News has learned the city has replaced Angela Barrett and other members of her team.

Employees at the Emergency Communications Center presented a list of complaints to commanders and Human Resources in June.

They described a hostile work environment claiming supervisors wanted to maintain a full complement of workers with as few breaks as possible to "get numbers."

Angela Barrett submitted her resignation and has been replaced by a police supervisor.

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