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Fireground communications: Make it great; Life-saving app extends reach into community; Audio: Detroit firefighters attacked at scene;
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EMS1 Communications Newsletter
Mobile Data Fire Radios Fire Communications January 2012
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In this month's communications news, explore the basic issues surrounding effective communications in the fire service along with potential solutions, and read about the growing reach of an app that notifies users if someone nearby is in need of CPR.

Also, listen to the audio track from the Detroit firefighters who were attacked by a rioting crowd after rescuing two from a house fire.

The FireRescue1 Team
Communications Feature
Fireground communications: Make it great
By Wayne Eder, FR1 Columnist
Communications is the fire service's number one issue. Let us explore basic communications issues. Potential solutions
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Communications Feature
Lifesaving app extends reach into community
By FireRescue1 Staff
With PulsePoint, users can opt to be notified if someone nearby is in need of CPR by selecting the CPR notification option. Free for Android
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 Audio: Detroit firefighters attacked at scene
 NYC's new 911 call center adopts Sept. 11 changes
 Pa. firefighters use eBay to patch up radios
 Md. county works to fix new dispatch system

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