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Tag Archives: Emergency Management
DC Fire & EMS Department looking at encryption of radio channels. Navy Yard shooting cited as example.
Deputy Mayor for Public Safety cites Washington Navy Yard shooting as example of why they are considering keeping public from hearing radio traffic.Read More »
Something scary for Halloween: Free webinar – Social Media in Large Scale Incidents with Varone & Statter. Sign up now.
A look at some well known and not so well known recent incidents and how social media was used or could have been used to connect with the public.Read More »
Fire chief says the real reason for the message was to tell everyone about the helicopter landing.Read More »
The impact of real time unprocessed "news" from the scene of a critical incident.Read More »
New York State emergency management director axed. News reports say Steve Kuhr sent government crew to clean up tree at his Long Island home.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo dismissed Kuhr after learning of tree removal.Read More »
Sandy arrives. Horton leaves. Portsmouth, VA’s emergency manager exits as storm hits. The latest on former fire chief’s ever changing employment status.
He's here. He's gone. He's back. He's gone again.Read More »
Social media & the fire service from people who get it. Let Chief Bill Boyd guide you & your department into a brave new world.
A series of videos to lead fire chiefs and others through the world of social media and emergency management.Read More »
Six million gallon oil spill has people in four states reporting gas leaks.Read More »
Public information in your Nation's Capital: Encryption of police communications, fire department Twitter feed goes dark, cameras seized by police. What does it all mean? A guest column by Gerald Baron.
DC Fire & EMS Department director of communications says social media is for parties.Read More »