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Celebrating National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week!

What a National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week it has been! Here at Public Safety Communications we’d like to thank you for all the work that you do, and highlight celebrations across the country.

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Putnam County (W.Va.) 9-1-1 Mapping Project Nears Completion

The controversial 9-1-1 addressing project in Putnam County (W.Va.) is nearly complete, and officials are now turning their attention to fixing any mistakes before the finalized addresses are sent to mapping companies.

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Milwaukee Phone Scam Bounces People to 9-1-1

A new scam has caused dozens of unintended 9-1-1 calls to Milwaukee police and other law enforcement agencies, prompting officials to issue a warning.

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FCC Announces Workshop on Technology Transition and Public Safety

FCC Announces Workshop on Technology Transition and Public Safety

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will provide on workshop on “Public Safety Imperatives for All-IP Networks” scheduled for April 17, 2014 and April 18, 2014 in Washington, D.C.

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Arizona First Responders Link Up with Wireless System

The Pima County Wireless Integrated Network and the Pima Emergency Communications and Operations Center, both bond-funded projects, have been in the works since 2001.

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West Coast Agency Selects Intergraph Public Safety Solutions for Consolidated Dispatch

South Sound 9-1-1, an interlocal agency created in an effort to consolidate public safety answering points (PSAPs) in Pierce County, Washington, has selected Intergraph’s public safety solutions to replace multiple disparate systems.

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National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week is April 13-19

Communities across the U.S. will recognize those who help save lives in times of personal or national crisis during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week (NPSTW), April 13 – 19, 2014.

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