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Dispatcher faces prison after allegedly sharing 911 call on Snapchat–
Brad Saddler was indicted on charges of second-degree official misconduct after being accused of sharing a recording of a call about a weapon in a vehicle
Parkland new benchmark for EMS active shooter response–
Future active shooter responder's use of victim-generated video will be compared against the Parkland response
Fire Lt. shares frustration about drivers who don’t move over–
Lt. Chris Olson reminded people on Facebook about the Ohio state law and the dangers of not giving responders room to do their job
Experts: Mass. dispatcher should be fired for social media posts–
Carla Grant said an overdosing pregnant woman should have been left to rot and a family who lost their son in a crash should have lost everything
Dispatcher put on leave for harsh Facebook comments–
Carla Grant is under investigation after saying a pregnant woman who was revived with naloxone should have been "left to rot"
EMS From a Distance: Language and prose on the offensive–
Preserving civility as ladies and gentlemen is reason enough to be reasonable
Video: FDNY promotes safety with Valentine's Day-themed videos–
The department celebrated Valentine's Day by putting out heartfelt PSAs about candle and kitchen safety and the importance of CPR
EMS captain sues city for being fired over Facebook post–
Jamie Marquardt said in a lawsuit that the posts appeared on his Facebook page after spending a night talking down a suicidal man he knew by the name "Donnie"
Detroit EMS captain suspended over racist posts gets job back–
Capt. Tim Goodman was suspended in May after posting more than 100 allegedly racist posts on Facebook
Mass. paramedic fired for racist Facebook comment–
Linda Kimball was fired after criticizing New England Patriots players for kneeling during the national anthem
Fla. paramedic sentenced for role in 'selfie war'–
Kayla Dubois was ordered to serve one year of probation for each count and agreed to testify when paramedic Christopher Wimmer is sentenced for his participation
Jail time to be recommended for 'selfie war' paramedics–
They used their cellphones to photograph or videotape themselves with 41 people who were intubated, sedated or otherwise unconscious
AMR launches campaign in opposition of EMS Workers Bill of Rights–
The "Lives Before Lunch" campaign's purpose is to highlight the dangers of the bill and urge legislators to vote "no"
Remember 2 Things: Using social media safely in EMS–
As social media platforms become more advanced, they're providing new ways for EMS providers to get fired from their employer.
EMS Week 2017: Top tweets from chiefs, departments and field personnel–
EMTs and paramedics are recognized on social media during EMS Week 2017
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