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The Communications Center Response to Mayday Calls
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Communications Feature
The Communications Center Response to Mayday Calls
Despite advancements in technology, innovations in training and enhancements in situational awareness and responder safety, the number of public safety line-of-duty deaths is still staggering... Full story
A Regional Approach to Interoperability: Tidewater
In the southeast corner of Virginia, York is one of the oldest counties in the United States, but it is home to a cutting-edge public safety communications network that is a model for regional interoperability... Full story
Communications Tip
Stay Charged
The last thing you need when you're far from home fighting a wildfire or on a search and rescue operation is to have your mobile phone go dead... Full tip
Communications News

Fla. radio system bolsters firefighter safety

Reverse 911 fails to alert Mass. residents of toxic smoke

Calif. department gets new system to monitor responses

Firefighters' mobile center ready to roll in Fla.
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