PSC eNews Weekly
Friday, October 19, 2018

Hear from U.S. Representative Mike Doyle, the Ranking Member of the congressional subcommittee with jurisdiction over communications issues, describe recent legislative achievements and the prospects for additional work related to public safety communications. Join us in Pittsburgh October 31 - November 1 for the two-day Tech Forum.

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October 25, 2018
2:00-3:00 p.m. ET
This webinar will review APCO’s role in resolving radio interference issues. We will also provide some tips on how to track down the source of the interference and provide valuable guidance on how to mitigate interference.

Due to high demand for the program, the APCO Institute has scheduled an additional RPL class to begin in January. Seats are limited and are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis, so don’t wait to apply. As a participant in the program you’ll learn how to: manage organizations and change; communicate with confidence and clarity; develop your talent pool; build connections and consensus; enhance team performance; and apply the skills sets learned for the betterment of our association and our industry. Join the nearly 300 other public safety communications professionals who have earned the distinctive RPL designation.

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The FCC recently held a workshop on the environmental compliance and historic preservation review process required for the construction of wireless communications facilities, including for public safety entities. The training included information relevant to the construction of all new communications towers, replacement towers and the collocation of communications equipment on existing towers and other structures. View a recording of the workshop and download related presentations
Florida Times Union Volunteer ham radio operators are patching a communications gap to bring help to Florida’s Panhandle devastated by the storm.
The Daytona Beach News-Journal The sheriff, a regular critic of county governance, supports increasing to $15.82 minimum starting pay for telecommunicators.
WKRG A transcript shows how the Hernando County, Florida, telecommunicator guided the caller and baby through a life-or-death ordeal.
Campus Safety Responsibilities multiply, as do the stakes, when active shooter calls stream into 9-1-1.
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