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Police: NY boy culprit of bogus 911 calls–
The 14-year-old called 911 in Florida and claimed to be a 10-year-old who had been kidnapped and shot in the neck.
'Safety alert' delays medical response during 911 call–
The alerts are meant to protect officers and medical crews on calls to homes previously flagged as posing some type of threat to law enforcement.
Ky. bill seeks to improve 911 service–
An official said the state's version of the bill will mirror the federal bill by seeking the elimination of "dialing 9" prior to allowing the 911 call to be made.
Fla. woman calls 911 to talk about Trump, arrested–
Over the course of an hour, the woman called 911 nine times.
EMS Compass looking for real-world testers of candidate measures–
The organization is asking that EMS providers to implement the measures to test within their own systems and then provide feedback.
First responder network to be tested in Mo. city–
The creation of FirstNet was spurred by the need for better communication amongst firefighters, EMS and police during disasters
NH dispatchers receive upgraded call center–
Dispatchers moved into a $650,000 newly furnished space and is complete with windows, wide monitors and spacious desks
More Pulse 911 calls released after judge's order–
The call was among the latest batch of audio recordings released Monday by the city of Orlando after a court fight with media companies
Texas dispatchers discuss challenges, rewards of career–
One dispatcher said that a public safety job like dispatching can be taxing and that no work shift ever is like the one before
Universal Studios 911 call released–
The call revealed a coworker attempted to revive Leopoldo Buenaventura after he was found with no pulse and unconscious
Judge: Orlando must release Pulse 911 calls–
Nearly five months after the shooting, the judge ruled the calls needed to be released for a "public evaluation" of what law enforcement did inside the club
NC EMS reflects on Hurricane Matthew response–
One county received over 2,500 calls in a three-day period during and after the hurricane
Are phones killing EMS communications and storytelling?–
Device obsession harms team building and personal communication, which hurts both EMS culture and performance
911 system temporarily down in Ore. county–
Anyone with an emergency is being asked to contact their local fire station directly for help
Colo. 911 calls on the rise–
Officials are considering implementing a previously successful program aimed at reducing the number of 911 calls on a larger scale
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