Los Angeles Regional Interoperable Communications System is a modern network dedicated to keeping you safe

.@TheLARICS built to Public Safety Grade defined by 2014 NPSTC guidelines describing Public Safety Grade https://t.co/CEr57hnhLa #apco2017

.@NPSTC says @FirstNetGov partner @ATTpublicsafety wrong: there is definition for public safety-grade communications https://t.co/gAauPQaGpt

Mission critical voice (LMR) over PTT broadband ONLY if built to "public safety grade!" Clearly LMR isn't going away anytime soon! #apco2017

Mobile data is turning police cars into "mobile offices" - Buffalo County, NE Sheriff Neil Miller #APCO2017

Radios and Rodeos at the #APCO2017 Block Party! πŸ“±πŸ“» 🐎 πŸŽ‰

The 4-day conf. is "the premier event for public safety communications officials."

Los Angeles @TheLARICS has asked FirstNet/AT&T to show us the current and planned "public safety grade coverage" = TIA222
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The Problem

Safety agencies for 88 cities and unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County are currently using a patchwork of 40 aging radio networks and the same commercial broadband services used by millions of LA area residents. That means they can’t readily talk to each other, creating communications delays that waste time and imperil lives.

The Solution

Two state-of-the-art networks dedicated for use by emergency responders.

Land Mobile Radio

Public Saftey Broadband Network

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