The Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) International’s Project 33 Agency Training Program Certification that recognizes public safety communication centers across the nation is available online.Read full article
“Is there a doctor in the house?” This popular phrase has been tossed around since at least the 1930s. We all know what it means: Someone nearby is having a medical emergency, and they may not have time to wait for paramedics to arrive. What does the 21st Century version of this call for help sound like? Perhaps, “Is there an AED in the house?”Read full article
“It was such a simple issue, and we get all bogged down with the privacy,” state Rep. Kathleen Passimomo said. “The person having the coronary doesn’t care. Can you imagine if someone died because the 9-1-1 dispatcher couldn’t call the clubhouse?”Read full article
Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau; Federal Advisory Committee Act; Communications Security, Reliability, and Interoperability Council0 Comments February 28, 2012
SUMMARY: In accordance with the Federal Advisory Committee Act, this notice advises interested persons that the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC)…Read full article
After two interruptions to Internet and some other communications services in the Ruidoso area already this year, some are seeking a resolution to the situation.Read full article
Mesilla town government is going to “bundle” with Comcast in the hopes of saving a bundle.
Town trustees voted 4-0 Monday to approve a three-year contract with Comcast to switch telephone service at Mesilla Town Hall and the town’s Public Safety Building from CenturyLink to Comcast. The agreement is expected to save Mesilla more than 38 percent of what town government is currently spending every month on its phone bill.Read full article