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Finding funding for a rural emergency notification system
Tip: Got P25? Great, but don’t forget your phone
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Dear PoliceOne Member,

In the second edition of the PoliceOne Communications eNews, we examine new secure communications technology for first responders, Jerry Brant suggests creative funding options for technology purchases, and 9-1-1 Magazine offers advice for handling disparate communications systems.

If you carry a "smartphone" like a BlackBerry, iPhone or Palm Pre, we want to hear from you. What types of mobile applications would you like to see developed for police officers?

Send us an e-mail with your suggestions.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
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Communications Feature
Feature Finding funding for a rural emergency notification system
The ability to instantly notify millions of individuals of a potentially hazardous situation in a matter of minutes through their cell phones sounds incredible and could save countless lives ... Full story
Communications Tip
Tip Got P25? Great, but don’t forget your phone
In the case of a major catastrophe, many arriving cops, firefighters, and EMTs may be forced to rely on cell phones for at least a little while upon their arrival ... Full tip
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Communications Center Putting a CAP on disparate communications systems
The single most important asset for decision makers and first responders is the ability to access information and communicate it to their teams and to the public ... Full story

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