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NYC dispatchers ask 9-1-1 callers about Ebola

Public Safety SmartBrief | Oct 08, 2014

New York City's 9-1-1 dispatchers now ask callers with certain symptoms if they've traveled to West Africa in the past three weeks and, if so, if they came in contact with anyone with Ebola. This is one of several measures that the city is using in response to the first U.S. Ebola case. New York Times (tiered subscription model), The (10/05)


Dispatchers get new protocols for potential Ebola calls

Public Safety SmartBrief | Oct 22, 2014

Calif. agencies offer tip cards to help people use 9-1-1 properly

Public Safety SmartBrief | Oct 15, 2014

First responders in N.Y. get special Ebola training

Public Safety SmartBrief | Oct 15, 2014

FCC pledges quick action to prevent avoidable 9-1-1 outages

Public Safety SmartBrief | Oct 22, 2014

Dispatchers keep cool when seconds count

Public Safety SmartBrief | Oct 08, 2014

Dispatcher says several days stand out in 35-year career

Public Safety SmartBrief | Oct 15, 2014

Pa. county controller calls for more 9-1-1 dispatchers

Public Safety SmartBrief | Oct 01, 2014

LA officials order study of text-to-9-1-1

Public Safety SmartBrief | Sep 24, 2014

National 911 Program seeks 2013 state data

Public Safety SmartBrief | Sep 24, 2014


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