“Frequent fliers” are putting a drain on Chicago's EMS resources, according to a new report.
The idea of EMS operating under another department is nothing new.
Sick prison inmates are delaying ambulances getting to civilian calls and there’s no “quick fix” to solve the problem
The National 911 Program announces the availability of the 2019 National 911 Progress Report, which shares detailed findings and analysis of data from the 2018 calendar year.
A family is speaking out after their loved one died waiting for an ambulance. A CBS 2 Chicago investigation suggests thousands of other callers have been left waiting far too long.
Learn how the tool can work for you from a member of the SAFECOM-NCSWIC NG911 Working Group who has actually used it.
A new report examines the mental anguish 911 dispatchers face on a daily basis.
New York (AP) — The Federal Communications Commission is setting up a new three-digit number to reach a suicide prevention hotline.
The new self-assessment tool helps identify next generation 911 readiness.
The closure of LifeNet in this South Carolina county is making first responder rethink how it responds to emergencies.