PSC eNews Weekly
Friday, June 08, 2018
Have you signed up to exhibit at APCO International’s Annual Conference & Expo this August in Las Vegas? Less than two months remain before public safety professionals and industry leaders will gather to explore the latest solutions in mobile and PSAP technologies, computer-aided dispatch systems and more. Will your organization be present to influence the future of public safety solutions? Act now before prime exhibit space sells out. Visit the APCO 2018 website to learn more today and reserve your booth before it’s too late!
Joseph Murphy has worked for Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office since May 2005. He has been a supervisor since 2011 and has five personnel assigned to his shift. He also spends time training and developing a 9-1-1 for kids training program which was implemented in January 2018. Joseph has been married 13 years, and has three boys and one girl ages 13, 11, four and seven months. During his off time, he coaches a travel soccer club with his 11-year-old and enjoys spending time with his kids and completing house projects. Someday, he would like to run his own 9-1-1 center.
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Urgent Communications The FirstNet chairwoman said completion of the core network has laid the groundwork for rapid expansion of the dedicated public safety network.
Mobilesyrup Police and 9-1-1 centers convinced the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission to change its ruling on who would receive NG9-1-1 network access fees.
Observer-Reporter Replacement of the dispatch console, new logging recorder, microwave links and radios on commercial towers are among the planned upgrades.
Communique Chief of Police Marc Pino, of the University of Colorado – Colorado Springs, recognized public safety professionals who contributed to 1,088 vehicle stops, 10,000 patrol checks, 479 safety escorts, and 2,384 foot patrols during the year.
Los Angeles Times Las Vegas Police released the fifth batch of items stemming from the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history.
Fox 35 Telecommunicator Jessica Brooks stayed on the call for 20 minutes talking to Yvens Carrenard until the shooting was over.
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