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Public safety technology news, insights and opinion from Panasonic. Learn about the latest law enforcement, fire and EMS technologies and trends.

Hartford Fire Department Counts on Rugged Toughbook Laptops


The Hartford Fire Department provides Fire and Emergency services to the City of Hartford, Connecticut, with a population of approximately 124,000 within 18.4 square miles. If a citizen calls 9-1-1 and the incident does not involve someone actively committing a crime – the department responds to mitigate the hazard. This includes everything from fire suppression, […]

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A Look at the Increasingly Critical Role of Mobile Technology in Public Safety


Over the years, we’ve seen technology truly change the way public safety officers work. Starting with the transition from pen and paper to rugged mobile laptops and tablets, to body-worn cameras and most recently President Obama’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing, technology has been critical in improving both officer and community safety. For example, […]

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Indianapolis Fire Department Relies on Rugged Toughpad Tablets and Toughbook Laptops


As the twelfth largest city in the U.S., the Indianapolis Fire Department service district covers 278 square miles of downtown Indianapolis and the surrounding areas. The department supports more than 1,200 workers in various roles, making it critical to find efficient ways to keep its large workforce productive and connected. Captain Dale Rolfson, I.T. Manager […]

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Panasonic Helps the Guam Fire Department Improve Efficiency, Patient Care

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Located in the Western Pacific, Guam is a 209-square-mile island that has been part of the United States since 1898. As an unincorporated U.S. territory, its population of 162,0­­­­­­­­00 citizens is governed by a civilian government with its own executive, judicial and legislative branches. Along with a large U.S. military presence, Guam’s economy is driven […]

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