Virginia emergency managers embrace YouTube and turn a popular song into a catchy message about preparedness.
The Find Me 911 Coalition is pushing the FCC to craft stricter regulations to better pinpoint the location of emergency calls made from mobile devices.
Kentucky requires nursing homes and assisted living facilities to have written plans and procedures to meet all potential emergencies.
A new mobile app could give on- and off-duty law enforcement officers a 60-second head start on the next Columbine or Sandy Hook.
The Connecticut Police Chiefs Association analyzed the police response and issued a nine-page report.
Using GPS, on-board radios, computers and track-side equipment, the system is designed to automatically stop or slow a train when a collision or derailment is imminent.
The current implementation of FEMA IPAWS is a first step on a long road to create a coherent, orchestrated, unified national public warning strategy.
The authority in charge of the nationwide public safety network is seeking information on apps, cloud and identity management technology.
The Wildland Fire Decision Support System uses geospatial data and predictions of fire spread to inform decisions on wildland fires.
Proponents of home rule say the practice puts decisions in the hands of those most intimately familiar with a town's needs — the town itself.