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Communications eNews
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The communications center response to officer down calls
Tip: Stay Charged
Communications headlines
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Dear PoliceOne Member,

Welcome to the first edition of the PoliceOne Communications eNews — a collection of the latest information about communications technologies. This issue includes a feature examining the communications center response to officer down calls, a tip on keeping your high-tech gadgets ready to go at a moment's notice, and emergency communications news from our newest content partner, 9-1-1 Magazine.

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— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
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Communications Feature
The communications center response to officer down calls
Despite advancements in technology, innovations in training and enhancements in situational awareness and responder safety, the number of police officer deaths is still staggering ... Full story
Communications Tip
Stay Charged
The last thing you need when you’re far from home working a manhunt or manning the perimeter of a standoff is to have your mobile phone go dead... Full story
Communicating with UAVs
The ability of emergency services to effectively and efficiently communicate are complex issues. These complexities are compounded when the desire to communicate is directed at unmanned systems ... Full story
Communications News

Cell phone signal used to find suspect in Calif. killing

Despite advances, first responders are on different frequencies

Emergency response to Metrorail crash shows post-9/11 gains

June-July 2009 MHz Update: Mesh WAN, DTV, NYC, and more...
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