PSC eNews Weekly
Friday, August 10, 2018
APCO International announced that the Union Township Police Department (OH) has launched the first live installation of APCO IntelliComm™, a new configurable system designed to streamline the way emergency communications centers gather and process data in real-time from 9-1-1 calls while improving the guidance about the incident they provide to both the responder and the citizen in distress. The announcement was made by APCO Executive Director and CEO Derek K. Poarch at the association’s Annual Conference and Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Industry News
International Fire Chiefs Association An Oregon fire crew is being honored with the 2018 IAFC Ben Franklin Award for Valor after its members rescued a woman from the top floor of a two-story dwelling.
The Washington Post The alleged burglar was trapped in the room that is set up to look like the basement of a serial killer; police say he got scared and called the police on himself.
Inside Towers The medics and ambulances are able to send data, photos and live video over the dedicated first-responders network as the first subscribers in their category.
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13 Action News APCO International names the Combined Communications Center of Law Vegas the 2018 Communications Team of the Year after their response to the Harvest Music Festival shootings.
Holland Sentinel Ryan Culver received the 2018 Public Safety Answering Points Telecommunicator of the Year award. An independent panel sponsored by NICE chose Culver for elevating the priority of his callers and units, scoring 94.89 quality assurance percentage in evaluations and training fellow staff.
Inside Towers Incident commanders can drop the kits into areas not immediately accessible by truck so firefighting crews can rapidly connect to FirstNet.
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