Cheshire County Sheriff’s Office, located in New-Hampshire, US., answers more than 47,000 calls annually. They serve a community of 75,000 people in an area that covers over 7,000 square miles divided into 23 towns.
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Virtually every disaster report ever written includes some form of the phrase “Communications Failed”. We have spent billions of dollars to fix communications failures (an estimated $13 billion since 9/11 in the United States alone) and yet we still have communications failures. Why haven’t we been able to fix the problem?
One year ago, we have decided to start a blog on public safety communications! We have partnered with five amazing emergency management professionals to bring you the best content about public safety trends, news, and tips. We want to thank them for their incredible work they have done throughout the year. Thanks to them, we published 47 articles that were read more than 7000 times!