Doug Bedell — November 13, 2014, 11:24 am

DHS Issues Updated Emergency Communication Plan

The Department of Homeland Security has released an update to the National Emergency Communications Plan (NECP), which originated in 2008. “The updated NECP,” says DHS, “addresses the increasingly complex communications landscape that the public safety community uses to keep America safe and secure.”

The plan focuses on the “traditional emergency responder disciplines,” such as law enforcement, fire and emergency medical services, while including such important non-traditional disciplines as “public health, public works and transportation agencies.”

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