Priority Dispatch Issues Statement in Response to 911 Litigation

We all recognize this was a very unfortunate situation. At the same time, our system does not dispatch police officers, nor can it. From our review of the 9-1-1 calls, it is apparent our system was never used. The rule we have is, “When in doubt, send them...

Priority Dispatch Introduces New Era Of Quality Management With Aqua 7 Ascent

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Scott Robinson (800) 363-9127 ext. 259 scott.robinson@prioritydispatch.net With a new focus on simplicity, performance, and positivity, AQUA® 7 Ascent case review software by Priority Dispatch® represents a major shift in quality...

IAED releases Version 13.1 of Emergency Medical Protocol

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Pam Stewart (800) 363-9127 ext. 131 pam.stewart@emergencydispatch.org IAED releases Version 13.1 of Emergency Medical Protocol The International Academies of Emergency Dispatch® (IAED™) Council of Standards has approved a significant...

PDC receives the Utah Global Forum’s 2015 International Business of the Year Award

Priority Dispatch Corp. (PDC) was the recipient of the International Business of the Year Award Aug. 26 at the 2nd annual Utah Global Forum, hosted by Utah Gov. Gary Herbert and presented in partnership with the Governor’s Office of Economic Development and the Salt...

ProQA Paramount v5.1 enhances PPDS v5.0

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact Kris Berg (800) 363-9127 ext. 116 kris.berg@prioritydispatch.net SALT LAKE CITY, Utah— Priority Dispatch Corp.™ is pleased to announce the release of Police Priority Dispatch System™ (PPDS®) Version 5.0 developed by the International...

REMSA becomes first ECNS ACE in the world

The Academy is pleased to announce that REGIONAL EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES AUTHORITY (REMSA) in Reno, Nevada, USA, is the first public safety emergency communications center in the world to achieve Accredited Center of Excellence (ACE) status with IAED’s Emergency...

Hear dramatic 911 call from poised 13-year-old boy trapped in house fire with his little sister

CLINTON, Md. (WJLA) -- A 13-year-old boy who made a dramatic call to 911 and his 9-year-old sister were rescued from a house fire Sunday morning by Prince George’s County firefighters. PGFD firefighters describe the rescue of two kids from a burning...

Reposted Letter from The Post and Courier, Charleston

Reposted from The Post and Courier newspaper, Charleston, North Carolina, U.S.A...

ProQA Paramount v5.1 enhances PPDS v5.0

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact Kris Berg (800) 363-9127 ext. 116 kris.berg@prioritydispatch.net SALT LAKE CITY, Utah— Priority Dispatch Corp.™ is pleased to announce the release of Police Priority Dispatch System™ (PPDS®) Version 5.0 developed by the International...

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REMSA becomes first ECNS ACE in the world

The Academy is pleased to announce that REGIONAL EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES AUTHORITY (REMSA) in Reno, Nevada, USA, is the first public safety emergency communications center in the world to achieve Accredited Center of Excellence (ACE) status with IAED’s Emergency...

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