ABSTRACT

Emergency Communications Quarterly: Winter 2009   [open pdf - 3MB]

"Emergency Communications Quarterly's mission is to provide the emergency response community, policy makers, and Federal, State, local, and tribal officials with information about the latest in emergency communications nationwide, including current and upcoming OEC [Office of Emergency Communications] initiatives; stories from our partners and from the field; and best practices and lessons learned." This edition contains the following articles: "Midwest Floods: Successes and Lessons"; "From Paper to Reality: Implementing the National Emergency Communications Plan"; "Cincinnati Police Collaborate to Achieve Clear Campus Communications"; "Campus Shooting: Training and Exercises Prepare Responders in Northern Illinois"; "Emergency Communications Preparedness Center Coordinates Federal Efforts"; "Building the National Emergency Communications Plan"; "Plain Language Guide - Making the Transition from Ten Codes to Plain Language"; "COML [Communications Unit Leader] Training in Action During Hurricane Gustav"; "Interoperable Emergency Communications Grant Program Update"; Public Safety Interoperable Communications (PSIC) Grant Program Releases Summary of Projects"; "OEC Technical Assistance Strategy Revised"; "DHS [Department of Homeland Security] Releases New Emergency Communications Governance Guide";and "SCIP [Statewide Communication Interoperability Plans] Implementation Workshops".

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2009
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Public Domain
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SafeCom: http://www.safecomprogram.gov/
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Emergency Communications Quarterly (Winter 2009)
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