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What's in a NamUs?
The forgotten first responders
$20 million radio towers
Dear PoliceOne Member,

If you carry a "smartphone" like a BlackBerry, iPhone, or Droid, we want to hear from you. What mobile applications do you use that are directly related to law enforcement? If you could ask a genius designer for the "perfect app" for cops, what would it be?

Send us an e-mail with your suggestions.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
Featured News Analysis
Tech Q&A with NFSTC CEO Kevin Lothridge
NamUs has been covered by CNN, Associated Press, and USA Today. However, this communications tool remains unknown to many officers and agencies. Full column
Featured Column
The forgotten first responders
Dispatchers need to be involved in active-shooter training, recruit officer training, special response team training. Anything that may involve officers utilizing their radios, have a real dispatcher involved. Full column
Featured Communications News
New, $20M radio towers would help N.Y. cops
Niagara County (N.Y.) has been working on upgrading public safety agencies' radio systems since 1999. Building 13 radio towers would enable fire and police departments to speak directly to each other. Full story
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