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DHS: Widespread DDoS attack cuts 9-1-1 service in 12 states

Public Safety SmartBrief | Nov 16, 2016

Department of Homeland Security officials say a widespread distributed-denial-of-service attack was responsible for disrupting 9-1-1 call centers in at least 12 states. Officials in Maricopa County, Ariz., arrested an 18-year-old in connection with the malware incident. FedScoop (11/14)


Understaffed Seattle 9-1-1 center critiqued as "overly polite"

Public Safety SmartBrief | Nov 23, 2016

Dispatch center creates quiet room to relieve stress

Public Safety SmartBrief | Nov 09, 2016

Dispatchers are important first responders

Public Safety SmartBrief | Nov 16, 2016

Fentanyl exposure threatens human, K9 officers

Public Safety SmartBrief | Nov 30, 2016

9-1-1 dispatchers share Pulse shooting experiences

Public Safety SmartBrief | Nov 23, 2016

Emergency calls from cell phones delayed in Wis. city

Public Safety SmartBrief | Nov 23, 2016

Ind. county creates 9-1-1 user guide

Public Safety SmartBrief | Nov 30, 2016

System failure in Ohio causes 9-1-1 calls to go unanswered

Public Safety SmartBrief | Nov 09, 2016

Md. county works to improve 9-1-1 system after failure

Public Safety SmartBrief | Nov 16, 2016


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