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10 talks dispatchers would like to have; Navigating communications tech changes

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Mobile Data Police Radios Wireless Communications Feb. 12, 2013
 Dear Member

Emergency communications technologies are constantly evolving. So, too, are the policies and procedures used in our 911 communications centers. In this month's eNews, we cast an eye toward the future and provide ways on how to prepare for NG911. We also give some general tips on how to navigate the overall changes in communications technology.

And lastly, we also offer 10 conversations that dispatchers would like to have, even though they already talk so much as it is.

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Communicators Corner
10 talks dispatchers would like to have
By Michelle Perin, PoliceOne Columnist
As police telecommunications operators, we talk for a living. Despite this, there are still things I wish I could say to either my officers or my citizens. Sometimes both
Communications Issues
NG911: Preparing dispatchers for the future
By Jenna Swafford, PoliceOne Contributor
Public safety dispatching is in a constant state of evolution in the face of advancing technologies. Future is closer than you think
Communications Insights
Navigating the changes in police communications technology
By Mike Falcone, PoliceOne Contributor
Joining the traditional radio, mobile handheld digital devices are providing first responders with new information, new views of the tactical situation, and new ways to communicate with support personnel. 4G helps the helpers

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