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The city records communications with fire dispatch, but not radio communication on the fireground
Tablet computers fit neatly between a smartphone and laptop and are doing more now than ever; here's how fire departments can get the most out of tablets.
The new firmware will allow site roaming and single remote head configurations for mobile units
At more than 95 decibels, comparable with a jackhammer, the new pager can be heard above fireground noise.
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Assessing your intended use and what the market has to offer will give you the most bang for your tablet buck.
Issues in the Yarnell Hill Fire included not being able to locate one another; FLASH can track fire locations and command units
The firefighter union said that the towers' radio frequency emissions would pose health hazards to them and neighboring residents
Portable radios have changed the fireground communication dynamic; knowing how and when to use them can be a lifesaver.
The review found delayed responses, tactical errors and communications breakdowns revealed lingering training deficiencies.
National Academy of Ambulance Compliance launches Certified Ambulance Privacy Officer training and certification
Fire officials did not release details about the operator's departure, his name or rank
The dispatcher has been reassigned for his choice of words to a teenage daughter who called 911 to report her father and his fiance were hit by a car while changing a flat tire
Here's a look under the hood at Next Generation 911 and how one department has implemented it.
Today’s 911 call centers are staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year with police and fire dispatchers and 911 call takers. These dedicated professionals are the lifeline for police
DHS has reinvented how it funds new fire service product research and development in a way that gets everyone on the same page at one time.
The order comes in the wake of the deadly smoke incident aboard a Metro train last month
This wasn't the first time that hackers have tried to crack the communication system; the cyber attack is under investigation
Fire officials notified transit authorities of the radio problems four days before the incident that left one dead and 80 injured.