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Orlando massacre highlights issue of access to 9-1-1 recordings

Public Safety SmartBrief | Jul 06, 2016

Open-records advocates are pushing for access to recordings of 9-1-1 calls made during the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, Fla. Two dozen news organizations are suing for access to the calls, which could clear up inconsistencies between police reports of the June 12 shooting and witness accounts. Orlando Sentinel (Fla.) (tiered subscription model) (07/03)


Conn. dispatchers use personal cell phones during 9-1-1 outages

Public Safety SmartBrief | Jul 20, 2016

Shootings lead to increased interest in text-to-9-1-1

Public Safety SmartBrief | Jul 13, 2016

San Diego council approves 26.6% pay increase for dispatchers

Public Safety SmartBrief | Jul 06, 2016

All N.J. counties to have text-to-9-1-1 by end of July

Public Safety SmartBrief | Jul 20, 2016

Texas county gets new 9-1-1 training facility

Public Safety SmartBrief | Jul 06, 2016

DOT seeks comments on uniform 9-1-1 data system

Public Safety SmartBrief | Jul 20, 2016

Survey: Fewer Nashville callers happy with 9-1-1 service than in 2013

Public Safety SmartBrief | Jul 13, 2016

Verizon, Samsung team on device that firms up 4G signals

Public Safety SmartBrief | Jul 13, 2016

Report: 9-1-1 outage data often kept confidential

Public Safety SmartBrief | Jun 29, 2016


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