Yuma's Regional Communication System
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February 22 '08: The City of Yuma, Arizona activated the Regional Communication System (YRCS) in 2007 as a way to "develop a shared public safety radio environment." The YRCS is a partnership that uses a P25 700/800 MHz trunked radio system with about 1,200 current users who include the Cocopah Indian Tribe, the US Army Yuma Proving Ground, and the local county and regional law enforcement, fire and EMS services.
Recently three employees of the City of Yuma were awarded technical team of the year by the Arizona Chapter of the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials, the Yuma Sun reported. The employees named were Greg Wilkinson, Eddie Carrera and Rafael Orduno.The three employees received the award for their work in networking among government and response agencies in California, Arizona and Mexico. National Blueprint Tags: Intelligence and Situational Awareness, Legal & Intergovernmental.
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