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PSERN Welcomes Sparky the IT Guy

Hi Peeps! Mic here!  I know its been a while but as you can imagine we are extremely busy working on the project! Officer Squelch and I have been helping the team review Motorola Deliverables (so many to review!), working on Invitations to Bid for potential contractors and working on Outreach strategies with our Communications…

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PSERN Used by More Than Just First Responders

Hey Peeps! Happy Friday!  It’s me Firefighter Mic again. Officer Squelch and I have been busy with strategic planning for our outreach efforts. Here is a tidbit for you. Many of you may not realize that the emergency radio system is used by more than just first responders like Police, Fire and EMS. It is…

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May Issues of PSERN News!

In this Issue:  Message from the Director Project Buzz Search and Rescue  Want to know what these guys are up too? Then check out the latest edition of PSERN News! The newsletter that keeps you up on all the latest events happening with the PSERN Project. Click Here for PSERN News

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Working Hard for Our Region!

Hey peeps! Whew made it through another week! I don’t know about you but it has been a long one for me! So I wanted to take a moment to talk about the awesome team I work with. As you can imagine it takes a dedicated hard working group of folks to pull off a…

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Loads of Fun at the 18th Annual Communications Academy

Hey Peeps! Hope you enjoyed the beautiful sunshine this weekend! Officer Raquel and I managed to get out of the office and attend the 18th Annual Communications Academy at South Seattle College. We had a great time meeting subject matter experts from the radio communications and emergency management fields. Thanks our friend John Slomnicki, Officer Squelch and I…

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Let’s Talk Design

Hi Peeps! Sorry I realize it has been a little while since you have heard from me. The team has been busy taking advantage of this beautiful weather! I’ve talked before about how weather can impact heading out to sites so when we have a break in it we have to take full advantage of…