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Mobile Data Police Radios Wireless Communications Aug. 28, 2012
 Dear Member

I'm very pleased to welcome Michelle Perin to our ever-growing roster of writers. Michelle will be writing here on PoliceOne about police technologies, patrol issues, and other areas of interest, but because she spent seven and a half years as a police telecommunications operator with the City of Phoenix (Ariz.) Police Department, she's uniquely qualified to write about the emergency communicator's perspective. Check out her debut column on an issue which affects cops as much as it does that group of largely-unsung public safety professionals.

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Communications and Communicators
Emergency communications and stress: Recognition and mitigation
By Michelle Perin, PoliceOne Contributor
For call takers and dispatchers, by dealing with stress in the moment as well as over the long-term, we can improve our physical and mental health. Decrease burnout factor
10-43: All units...
C4i unveils new communications capabilities for public safety
By Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Among the highlights that caught my eye at last week's APCO conference was the Communications - On The Move (C-OTM) transportable unit. From the outside, it's just a box, but when you look inside, things get interesting. Carry-on Comms
Police Tech & Gear
Mophie Juice Pack Pro
By Tim Dees, PoliceOne Columnist
The Juice Pack Pro is for the iPhone 4 and 4s only. It ruggedizes the phone to MIL-STD 810G standards, which means you can toss it around, drop it, and even get it wet, but it probably won't survive a dunk in the toilet.
For those tough on their phones


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