FirstNet Can Improve Emergency Response (Indiana)

With summer in full swing, many are hitting the road to begin their vacations. We’re in the midst of the “100 Deadliest Days,” the time between Memorial Day and Labor Day when deadly car crashes increase, especially when they involve teen drivers.

Thankfully, there’s a new system that will help emergency personnel respond more efficiently to all emergencies, including car accidents and incidents that take place during major events, but also floods and tornadoes. This new system is called FirstNet, a national communications network for everyone involved with public safety.

This opinion article was written by Clark County Sheriff Jamey Noel and appears in newsandtribune.com dated July 20, 2017.

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All Things FirstNet has a clear mission: to provide information, news and analysis critical to driving FirstNet forward. Our objective is to ensure public safety has the network and smart technology they need to strengthen communications and facilitate knowledge exchange. We believe this will improve our communities and protect our citizens. Our experienced team of public safety professionals is dedicated to helping make FirstNet a success for our audiences and partners.

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