Pulsara announced today that Poplar Bluff Regional Medical Center in Poplar Bluff, Missouri, is first in the state to implement Pulsara’s mobile-first communication platform.
The Fire Department said it has averaged more than 5,500 ambulance requests each day — about 40% higher than usual, eclipsing the total call volume on Sept. 11, 2001.
Lawmakers and first responders from across the country today called for the creation of a new law to protect the T-Band spectrum.
Chicago’s fire commissioner is reportedly telling dispatchers not to admit there are no ambulances available when the city is swamped with medical emergencies.
Maria Jacques discusses the benefits of NG911 and EMD working together and the obstacles that public safety can overcome when these teams collaborate. She also shares some tips on how they can work together more effectively for safer and healthier communities.
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.
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.
The new self-assessment tool helps identify next generation 911 readiness.