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Week 447
July 22, 2009

Editor's Note:

To help ease some of the confusion regarding interagency communications during emergencies, PoliceOne and Cisco have co-produced a comprehensive guide to help departments learn about available funding sources and guidelines for purchasing communications interoperability products and solutions.

Connecting the Dots: Enabling Interoperable Public Safety Communications is now available to P1 members both on the site and as a free, printable PDF download. And for monthly communications updates, sign up to receive the new P1 Communications eNews.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor

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