Police Scotland's £6m bill as 200 quit control rooms
A total of 201 people have accepted voluntary redundancy or early retirement since 2013.
More than 200 people have quit Police Scotland over local control room closures, leaving the force with a bill topping £6.1m.
Aberdeen, Dundee, Stirling, Dumfries and Glenrothes have already shut and the force is expected to close Inverness this year.
All 999 and 101 calls are now being answered in the central belt, raising fears about a loss of experienced local staff.
A total of 201 people have accepted voluntary redundancy or early retirement since 2013, with payouts totalling £6.14m.
It is unclear how much closing local control rooms will save the force, which faces a £47m deficit over the next year.
"There is no financial target for savings associated with this programme of change," a spokeswoman said.
"The programme is delivering a structure within the division that best serves the national force and delivers an excellent service for the people of Scotland."
It said the programme should be halted until Police Scotland addressed 30 recommendations.
Calls to police from across Scotland are now answered at centres in Govan, Bilston Glen and Motherwell.
Staff in the central belt assess the situation before relaying calls to West Command Area Control in Govan and Motherwell, East Command Area Control in Bilston Glen or North Command Area Control in Dundee.
Staff in these control rooms then dispatch officers and handle their response to incidents.