British APCO: Knowledge Exchange for Public Safety Communications

Welcome to the British Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (British APCO)

British APCO is a growing community with extensive communications knowledge gained as a result of delivering real life public safety.

British APCO fosters knowledge exchange in communications to support and improve the delivery of public safety.

BRITISH APCO NEWS

We welcome our members to join us at our 2014 AGM in Newcastle

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Review of British APCO's Constitution

On behalf of B-APCO, Alan House (the Immediate…

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Bristol City Council partners with Videalert to unveil £500,000 journey time monitoring system to tackle congestion

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BRITISH APCO JOURNAL

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As the official publication of British APCO, our Journal serves to disseminate information on all aspects of communications and information technology. Click here for more information.

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British APCO Autumn 2014 Event

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Project ReDIRNET - Occasional Newsletter No1.  July 2014

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REDIRNET - Emergency Responder Data Interoperability Network, will provide a decentralized framework for interoperability for first responders’ systems based on a public meta-data gateway controlled by the agencies themselves via a REDIRNET socio-professional web.

This first user update on progress for Project ReDIRNET by Shaun O’Neill, British APCO European Projects Manager... read more here

Project Freesic – Occasional Newsletter No6.  July 2014

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This is the latest and indeed final user update on progress for Project FREESIC by Shaun O’Neill, British APCO European Projects Manager... read more here