Floods affect the entire country – no state or region is immune to their threat.
During Hurricane Preparedness Week, learn about the next generation of support tools and products for international, state, local and tribal emergency managers.
When a disaster occurs on the border of the United States and Canada, who responds to it and what does the response look like?
The Canada – U.S. Enhanced Resiliency Experiment’s fourth installment rolls out this week in Port Huron, Michigan and Sarnia, Ontario.
It’s vital to reflect on the lessons learned from past tsunamis to help communities prepare for the one.
A new public safety service could be the answer to enhance communication between first responders and those with limited English language abilities.
CAUSE IV’s planning highlights the continuing importance of the First Responders Group Mutual Aid Project.
This week we especially recognize those whose communications skills, knowledge and quick judgment save lives
This new project can help public safety organizations meet local control requirements.
First responders and the public can take basic steps to prepare themselves with knowledge on Zika virus prevention.
Check out our January – February edition of The Siren Newsletter.
LTE Technology is a key part of the upcoming CAUSE IV experiment with the U.S. and Canada.
Grants will fund emergency preparedness efforts in fiscal year 2016
Enhancing Information Sharing for Public Safety
The Blue Campaign is a unified effort to combat human trafficking and help victims through education.
Join us to learn about the International Forum to Advance First Responder Innovation that gives first responders a unified, global voice
The project aims to provide first responders with limited protection from unanticipated hazards they may encounter.
Emergencies pay no heed to international borders. This is why Canada and the United States continue to enhance and develop cross-border cooperation.
Read about FRG's Internet of Things (IoT) pilot project Demo Day held on January 13.
Responding to emergencies during winter storms is much more difficult. It is important to be prepared for the many risks associated with low temperatures and severe weather.
Join our upcoming Twitter Chat on improvements in public safety broadband on Wednesday, Jan. 27 from 1 to 2 p.m. ET.
Project 25 Compliance Assessment Program Advisory Panel will help guide Testing Program to meet requirements for first responder critical communications.
Watch how the First Responders Group will enhance public safety communications through Video Datacasting.
A new app developed by the DHS National Urban Security Technology Laboratory (NUSTL) signals the importance of government interagency partnerships.
Calling all innovators, we have a very special holiday gift just for you!