Category Archives: ICRI – Applications

Enhancing Public Safety Emergency Radio Communications of Inside Schools

I recently found a blog entry, titled “Failed Police Radios at Sandy Hook Raises Common Safety Issue”, on the website of National School Safety and Security Services, an organization that offers expertise in the following areas: security assessments, emergency plan evaluations and crisis communications.

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ICRI Solves Numerous Interoperability Issues for First Responders

Flexible (all-hazards) tool sent directly to smaller communities

Note: The following report was written about the Incident Commanders’ Radio Interface in 2007.

For Public Safety officials who sleep peacefully at night, content with the ability of their community’s emergency communications to handle the unexpected – especially for providing inter-agency radio interoperability for mutual aid – recent events in Apex, North Carolina may shake their confidence.

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