Communications Interoperability

Read: Plans, Training and Partnerships Play Important in K-12 Emergency Communications

Plans, Training and Partnerships Play Important in K-12 Emergency Communications

Here’s how Ohio education officials implemented crisis response programs and solid school/first responder partnerships so the state’s school safety efforts would be comprehensive.

Read: Ohio Schools Achieve 2-Way Radio Interoperability

Ohio Schools Achieve 2-Way Radio Interoperability

The Buckeye State has developed two systems that K-12 districts and police can use to effectively communicate with each other during an emergency.

Read: Are Your Campus 2-Way Radios Up to Date?

Are Your Campus 2-Way Radios Up to Date?

Campuses that aren’t narrowbanding compliant could find themselves without a license or functioning radios.

Campus Safety Grants: It’s Not All Doom and Gloom

Grant applications for programs that are sustainable, reduce unemployment and focus on more than just the purchasing of equipment have the best chance of being awarded.

Read: Colorado Takes Leap Forward in School Emergency Preparedness

Colorado Takes Leap Forward in School Emergency Preparedness

Recently passed legislation requiring NIMS compliance, communications interoperability and MOUs promises to make K-12 campuses in the Rocky Mountain State better able to respond to crises.

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