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FCC may end policy that allows 9-1-1 calls from uninitialized cellphones

Public Safety SmartBrief | Jun 10, 2015

The Federal Communications Commission is seeking comments on ending its 9-1-1 call-forwarding requirement for non-service-initialized phones. At issue is whether the policy "continues to serve an important public safety objective," the FCC said in a notice. RCR Wireless News (06/08)


Dispatchers need restraint, patience, empathy

Public Safety SmartBrief | Jun 03, 2015

Pa. county to get silent dispatch system for nonemergency calls

Public Safety SmartBrief | Jun 24, 2015

Ore. county posts location signs at lake to help first responders

Public Safety SmartBrief | Jun 10, 2015

N.J. county plan for 9-1-1 texting proceeds

Public Safety SmartBrief | Jun 03, 2015

FCC making progress on push toward NG9-1-1

Public Safety SmartBrief | Jun 17, 2015

Maine House overrides veto on 9-1-1 standardization bill

Public Safety SmartBrief | Jun 24, 2015

Bystander CPR doubles heart attack survival rates, study says

Public Safety SmartBrief | Jun 17, 2015

Pros and cons of 2 types of 9-1-1 apps

Public Safety SmartBrief | Jun 10, 2015

Ill. 9-1-1 overhaul bill heads to governor's desk

Public Safety SmartBrief | Jun 10, 2015


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