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The Police Communications topic provides news, analysis, tips and info on issues such as D-Block reallocation, interoperability, the 700 MHz public safety broadband spectrum, and 800 MHz narrowbanding deadlines and wireless communications devices.
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Communications faulted in N.Y. manhunt for Ralph "Bucky" Phillips

By CAROLYN THOMPSON The Associated Press Related: Ralph "Bucky" Phillips captured Former fugitive, Ralph... - Full Story

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Responding to correctional emergencies Gary T. Klugiewicz - Klugie's Correctional Corner

Responding to correctional emergencies

By Gary T. Klugiewicz Emergency Preparedness Planning OverviewKeeping correctional staff safe begins with h... - Full Story

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Report: Rescuers often can't find 911 callers using cell phones

The Associated Press WASHINGTON — A new report by a public safety group throws into question the ability... - Full Story

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U.S. colleges and universities work to improve emergency response

The Associated Press By ALAN SCHER ZAGIER COLUMBIA, Mo. — Cell phone text messages. Loudspeakers... - Full Story

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Ohio deputies first to test portable fugitive finder

By SHARON COOLIDGE USA TODAY CINCINNATI, Ohio - A handheld device that can tell in a second whether a... - Full Story

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Fire chiefs present new Homeland Security equipment for D.C.

from Domestic Preparedness WASHINGTON, D.C. — Capital Region explained how new equipment purchased from... - Full Story

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BSO integrates radios for better public safety

By Eliott Rodriguez CBS4 FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. — What the public rarely gets a glimpse of is the amount... - Full Story

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New communications center goes live in N.Y.

By LEIGH HORNBECK The Times Union (Albany, New York) MILTON, N.Y. — The desk officers at the Saratoga... - Full Story

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FCC seeks to reform 911 call tracking

The Associated Press WASHINGTON — People make more 911 calls from cellular telephones than landlines... - Full Story

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The TICP and validation exercises are over. Now what? Deputy Chief Eddie Reyes - Communications Interoperability
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Cisco Systems

The TICP and validation exercises are over. Now what?

By Capt. Eddie Reyes Sponsored by Cisco Systems Shortly after the worst terrorist attack on United States soil i... - Full Story



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