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Communications eNews
February 2011

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Obama on police comms
The art of Twitter hashtags
Hoax text started with cops?
Dear PoliceOne Member,

We've followed the D-Block allocation issue, quite literally, for years. Although we're not "there" yet, by all reasonable measure, it now seems we're really moving toward the development of an interoperable, nationwide, public safety broadband network. Now is the time to voice your opinion to the FCC. Check out our latest coverage on the issue, and give some thought to sending your comments to Washington.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
Featured Column
Obama wants D-Block allocation for public safety
Between Obama's words in the State of the Union and reports that Biden is fully behind the allocation of the D-Block to public safety, positive changes seem to be imminent ...
Warm, fuzzy, and encouraged
Featured Column
Baltimore PD adds Xora GPS tracking to 'Side Partner'
Xora's mobile workforce management solution lets dispatchers and supervisors see the exact GPS location of every one of its more than 2,000 sworn law enforcers ...
Cloud Computing
Featured Column
The art of Twitter hashtags
When a situation arises, don’t forget about Twitter. As crazy as that may seem, social media should be a part of your strategy, and hashtags will play a huge role in that implementation ... Affect the outcome
Featured Tip
Pay close attention to dispatchers' words
Civilian dispatchers often give out calls exactly the way they receive them, using the words the caller had used. It’s up to the officer to digest those words and identify potential dangers ... 'A kid with a BB gun'
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