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EMS1 Communications Newsletter
Mobile Data Police Radios Wireless Communications Dec. 2012
 Dear P1 Member

Welcome to the final Communications eNews for 2012. This year was an eventful one for news related to public safety communications technologies and trends, and today’s issue is no different.

Michelle Perin examines an interoperable communications solution you can use today, while FirstNet continues to evolve into a tangible, usable platform sometime in coming years. Tim Dees looks at Smartphone security, focusing on programs that can increase and decrease the safety and privacy we take for granted.

Lastly, I offer my view on what I believe to be the most important single news event of 2012. Let me know if you agree.


Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
2012 in Review
The D-Block and a landmark year for first responder wireless communications
By Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Amid the near-constant stream of information, a singular issue rose so fast and so far to the top in 2012 that everything else pales in comparison: allocation of the D-Block to public safety. Years in the making
Communications and Communicators
New tech aims to solve interoperability issues
By Michelle Perin, PoliceOne Contributor
As we await the FCC's report on how the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) fared in its first year and its prognosis for the future, this headline indicates grimmer circumstances than we'd hoped. The verdict
Police Tech & Gear
Smartphone security: Software that spies, protects
By Tim Dees, PoliceOne Columnist
As dependent as we are on our cell phones, we often take for granted that they're secure. While there are products on the market meant to improve security, there are also those that reduce it. Cuts both ways
News

 Police say new iPhone maps threaten lives
 911 calls released from Chiefs player murder-suicide
 Popular officer forced to stop 'tweeting'
 Woman tweets as she attacks burglar with bear mace
 Greater email privacy won't hinder law enforcement
 New website lets Mich. residents keep up on crime

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