Episode 49: JerseyNet for Dedicated First Responder Communications

JerseyNet is the nation’s first deployable wireless communications network dedicated for use by public safety agencies. Created to address the challenges of providing public safety officials with uninterrupted service during emergencies, JerseyNet is part of a nationwide interoperable communications movement working to connect first responders across different agencies, regions, and technologies. It has been deployed to multiple events in and around New Jersey, including the visit of Pope Francis to Philadelphia, the Atlantic City Air Show and Miss America Pageant, the PGA Championship at Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, and the 96th Annual Far Hills Steeplechase.

Join Principal Planner Alex Newman as he and Interoperable Communications Chief Steve Talpas discuss this innovative and valuable asset for New Jersey first responders.





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Broadband Technology Outreach Initiative Workshops
NJOHSP offers broadband technology awareness workshops designed to provide an overview of broadband capabilities available to the public safety community at no cost. These awareness workshop are recommended for all first responders, including those who are involved with command centers, emergency operation centers, and communications.

Please contact the JerseyNet team to request information or training at jerseynet@njohsp.gov.