"Public Safety Communications"
The U.K. government’s Home Office has signed the “Lot 2” contract with Motorola Solutions (NYSE: MSI) for user services for its new Emergency Services Network (ESN), a next-generation public safety communications system.Read full article
Operational procedures and standards are an important aspect of any public safety comm center. Public safety in each community has evolved based in large measure on the standard of service expected and demanded by the community being served. This is especially true of the operations of public safety communications centers.Read full article
We asked several people who have earned the designation of Registered Public-Safety Leader (RPL) what the professional designation means to them and how it has helped with their career. Our Q & As with Ron Gross, administrative and training manager for the North Suburban Emergency Communications Center in Des Plaines, Ill., and Shelley Peterson, 9-1-1 communications coordinator for Logan City (Utah) Police Department, are below.Read full article
San Diego, Calif. – Public Safety Communications (PSC), the official magazine of the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) International,…Read full article
This article provides an overview of the i3 end-state architecture and describe how call delivery differs from what we know today.Read full article
Whatever the need—broadband or otherwise—OEC is poised to continue to support our stakeholders throughout this process. But most importantly, public safety needs to remain united in our efforts to meet our goal.Read full article
One of the most important contractual items of a new or replacement radio communications system is the acceptance test. Acceptance tests come in different names, styles and formats, but in the end, the final acceptance is meant to achieve one goal—validation that the radio system works where, when and how it was designed.Read full article