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Emergency Operations

Read: Idaho School Bus Crash Hospitalizes At Least 12 Students

Idaho School Bus Crash Hospitalizes At Least 12 Students

No students suffered life threatening injuries in the school bus rollover.

Read: Court: Russian Response to 2004 Beslin School Terrorist Attack Flawed

Court: Russian Response to 2004 Beslin School Terrorist Attack Flawed

Errors in emergency response contributed to the casualty figures, according to the court.

Read: The Virginia Tech Shooting’s Impact on Emergency Preparedness

The Virginia Tech Shooting’s Impact on Emergency Preparedness

Emergency preparedness measures on campuses are unrecognizable compared to how they looked before the Virginia Tech shooting.

Read: Trump’s Proposed Budget Reduces Emergency Response Programs, Officer Training

Trump’s Proposed Budget Reduces Emergency Response Programs, Officer Training

The programs provide funding to state and local law enforcement agencies.

Read: 25 Tasks to Consider When Developing a Response Plan for Armed Assaults

25 Tasks to Consider When Developing a Response Plan for Armed Assaults

Here’s a simple list to help you improve your active shooter response plans.

Read: Active Incident Training: Preparing for the Future Threat

Active Incident Training: Preparing for the Future Threat

Preparation must go beyond incident response, tactics and the focus on active shooters.

Read: The Emergency Response Team Roadmap for Your School

The Emergency Response Team Roadmap for Your School

An emergency response team is a great way to improve emergency preparedness and keep your school safe.

Read: First Responders Address Pros and Cons of Radio Encryption

First Responders Address Pros and Cons of Radio Encryption

Some departments with digital radios have turned off their encryption.

Read: Concerns Raised with Repurposing Public Safety 700 MHz Narrowband Radio Channels

Concerns Raised with Repurposing Public Safety 700 MHz Narrowband Radio Channels

The National Regional Planning Council says that repurposing public safety 700 MHz spectrum for broadband use could decrease radio effectiveness.

Read: Ohio State Hires Director of Public Safety

Ohio State Hires Director of Public Safety

OSU’s former director of public safety Vernon Baisden retired in April.

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