Calif. Law Enforcement Agencies Encouraged To Take Survey
SACRAMENTO – California’s Public Safety Radio Strategic Planning Committee (PSRSPC), in conjunction with the California Statewide Interoperability Executive Committee (CALSIEC) announced they have developed an online survey to document capability and needs for public safety agencies statewide.
According to Chief Charlie Simpson of the law enforcement branch of theOffice of Emergency Services (OES), “It is very important to be sure the law enforcement discipline is adequately and accurately represented in this survey. Future funding allocations may be determined by the results of this survey.”
Agencies or their radio telecommunications providers should complete this questionnaire no later than August 25.
The survey may be accessed at: http://calsiec.org/CALSIEC_Assessment_DB_Revised_Release.htm.
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