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Mobile Data Police Radios Wireless Communications December 2011
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Dear PoliceOne Member,

In this month's Communications eNews, read about a citywide camera system that is reducing crime rates in real-time, and check out a Va. police department that is using mobile computing to increase situational awareness.

In recent communications news, an emergency alert that wasn't labeled as a test caused some confusion in N.J., and a N.C. city set to work on a wireless network for police and fire.

PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
Editor's Corner
Will D-Block allocation have to wait until 2012?
By PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
With just about two weeks left in the year and only a handful of days left in Congress’ scheduled session, there is now just a glimmer of hope that our early-2011 optimism on D-Block allocation was well placed.

If the ability to communicate with other first responders in your area is at all important to you, please consider taking some manner of action which would let your elected officials know your opinion on the matter.
Some still hopeful
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Citywide camera system slashes crime in real-time
By Lt. Ernest Martinez, Denver Police
Prompted by the need for surveillance in highcrime areas, the first cameras for the H.A.L.O., or High Activity Location Observation system, were installed in Denver about five years ago.

The system, which includes 135 cameras continuously monitoring everything from public schools to crime 'hot spots' and vehicle traffic, can help coordinate emergency response in the event of a natural or 'manmade' disaster.
5-45% drop in crime
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Practical Application
How mobile computing increases situational awareness
By PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
This 'force multiplier' technology has the potential to enable 439 cops from Newport News PD to use the cellular telephone network to access software applications from the department’s data center. Making life easier
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Featured News
Police: 2 NY kids call 911, ask for Santa
No, Virginia, you can't call 911 and ask for Santa Claus. Police in N.Y. responded to a home after two children, ages 4 and 6, called 911 asking to speak to either the police chief or Santa Claus. How do you reach Santa?
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 Emergency alert leads to confusion in NJ
 Investigators still working out trooper, dispatcher shooting incident
 More departments shielding radio communications
 NC city to build wireless network for police, fire

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