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Communications eNews
September 2009

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Dispatchers: The first to help
A refresher on Fusion Centers
What is NG9-1-1?
News Feature: Every Baltimore patrol officer to get a BlackBerry
 
Dear PoliceOne Member,

By the time next month's Communications eNews comes out, the period for submitting comments to the FCC on the 700 MHz waiver requests will have expired.

Don’t know what that is? Take a look at our coverage of the issue and use this tip to get started in telling the FCC what you think.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
Communications Exclusive
Feature Dispatchers: The first to help
From routine calls like "When is my power coming back on?" to emergency 911 calls, communication operators provide invaluable information ... Full story
Communications Tip
Tip A refresher on Fusion Centers
It’s a worthwhile endeavor to review some of the thinking behind the creation of Fusion Centers, where information can be freely shared among agencies ... Full tip
Communications Feature
Feature What is NG9-1-1?
Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) networks are replacing the existing narrowband, circuit switched 9-1-1 networks, which carry only voice and very limited data ... Full story
Communications News Feature
Feature Every Baltimore patrol officer to get a BlackBerry
The Baltimore Police Department plans to equip more than 2,000 officers with sophisticated smart phones, an initiative designed to get police out of patrol cars and walking the beat ... Full story
Communications News


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