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PSC eNews Weekly
Friday, August 03, 2018
APCO's Envision is a one-day training that will provide you with useful and practical information you can apply immediately to your job. The interactive presentation style helps attendees with varying levels of operational and technical experience get the most out of the training. Register now for Envision taking place September 20 in Anaheim, CA, or January 15 in Tampa, FL. For more information
 
As APCO staff head to Las Vegas, NV, to prep for APCO 2018, we wish all those joining us safe travels and remind those who can’t make it this year that you can still follow what’s going on during the show. Look for our Show Dailies which will include daily coverage, announcements, interviews, photos and more.
 
Join us in Pittsburgh October 31 - November 1 for APCO's annual Emerging Technology Forum that will cover topics vital for those on the front line of emergency communications. This two-day meeting is only $25 for APCO members and offers 12 CEUs. View the program
 
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Industry News
CBS 42 Officials say combining the Tuscaloosa Police, Northport Police, University of Alabama Police and Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office under one roof will improve emergency response time and communications.
 
Aurora News-Register Consolidation of Hamilton and Merrick County dispatch services in the Hamilton County Law Enforcement Center has improved efficiency, law enforcement sources say.
 
Rockford Register Star Sheriff Gary Caruana said two public safety telecommunicators have resigned this week, the latest in a series of departures that has officials discussing the possibility of consolidation with the city of Rockford.
 
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13 WTHR Roughly 40 percent of the 1.2 million calls a year to the Marion County Sheriff’s Office emergency line are not emergencies.
 
KNWA The police and fire chief say the current center is dangerously exposed to the weather and say calls must be diverted during tornadoes because it can’t handle the volume. Officials are asking voters to approve $7.5 million in bonds for a new 7,000-square-foot center and a new radio system.
 
Anritsu Company
 
Holland LP
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