9-1-1 Magazine

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9-1-1 Magazine; Public Safety Communications and Respose

http://www.9-1-1magazine.com

For the public safety communications industry serving law enforcement,
fire, medical and emergency management, providing valuable information
with a blending of product-related, technical, operational, and
people-oriented issues.

9-1-1 MAGAZINE is the magazine for the public safety communications and
response industry, ie; dispatchers, 9-1-1 operators, managers,
supervisors, in Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) and dispatch
centers; serving law enforcement, fire, and emergency medical services.
9-1-1 MAGAZINE provides valuable information to readers in all aspects of
the public safety communications and response community. Each bi-monthly
issue contains a blending of product-related technical, operational, and
people-oriented features, covering the skills, training, and equipment
which these professions all share in common. You'll find features on
provocative issues and coverage of major incidents from both a responder
and a communications standpoint.

9-1-1 MAGAZINE is the only independent, non-affiliated national magazine
focusing on public safety communications.

Our regular departments include a Corporate News, In Review, People Places
& Things, and Business Classifieds. Product Profiles, our new products
department, provides annotated news on the latest public safety products
and innovations. From the Field features photographs of significant or
unusual public safety events.

On this site you'll find select items from back issues. You will also find
our current Buyer's Guide listing over 500 vendors.

e-mail: James E. Voelkl, Publisher, abt-JamesEVoelkl@9-1-1magazine.com

Original posting date: 
Wednesday, January 20, 1999
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