Officially dubbed the Network Emergency Response Vehicle, this rapidly-deployable mobile command and communications resource is supported by a highly-trained team dedicated to establishing interoperable communications for public safety personnel in mass-casualty and mass-emergency situations.How it's changing emergency response
A paper presented at this year's APCO conference showed the vulnerability of some new and expensive encrypted digital mobile radios, particularly those used by federal law enforcement agencies.Radios can be jammed with a child’s toy
A far cry from the smoke signals and carrier pigeons of the past, today’s sophisticated communications tools are secure and reliable. PoliceOne is focusing on law enforcement Communications throughout the month of August. Check out the latest Comms gear
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