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Technology Assistance Division Project Summary Middle Rio Grand Development Council Project The vast Rio Grande region of Texas presents a number of public safety challenges. Dispersed resources and diverse constituencies make effective and timely communication between public safety and <a href="/keyword/law-enforcement-agencies/" >law <a href="/keyword/enforcement-agencies/"...

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Technology Assistance Division Project Summary Middle Rio Grand Development Council Project The vast Rio Grande region of Texas presents a number of public safety challenges. Dispersed resources and diverse constituencies make effective and timely communication between public safety and <a href="/keyword/law-enforcement-agencies/" >law <a href="/keyword/enforcement-agencies/" >enforcement agencies</a> </a> difficult. The Southwest Public Safety Technology Center at the Sheriffs' Association of Texas is developing a regional public safety radio communications system that will ultimately provide improved coverage for and interoperability between participating public safety service providers across the entire nine county region of the Middle Rio Grande Development Council. The system proposed by the SWTC Technology Assistance Division will provide improved radio communications for local, tribal, state and federal public safety providers across the region. To date, 24 regional agencies are actively contributing to the plan. The system design phase has been completed, the infrastructure vendor has been selected and a detailed design review and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) licensing are currently underway. The first phase of infrastructure deployment is scheduled for the end of 2005. Contingent on further successful spectrum acquisition and licensing, and continued funding, it is anticipated the project will be completed in early 2008. Hurricane Rita Recovery The SWTC Technology Assistance Division provided technology support to public safety providers in the Southeast Texas area during the Hurricane Rita recovery. The Technology Assistance Division transmitted emails and Texas Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (TLETS) messages to all 254 Sheriffs' offices across the state soliciting manpower and equipment support for those counties suffering the most severe damage. The resulting offers of assistance were logged then dispatched as requested by officials in the affected counties. Additionally, the Technology Assistance Division arranged for the acquisition and deployment of four radio communications gateways in the affected area to provide interoperable public safety communications in the affected region. The Technology Assistance Division also coordinated with the National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center-Southeast to have a communications engineer travel to the affected region to assist state and local <a href="/keyword/law-enforcement-agencies/" >law <a href="/keyword/enforcement-agencies/" >enforcement agencies</a> </a> restore damaged or destroyed communications systems and to provide support for the communications gateways deployed to the region. Further, the Technology Assistance Division coordinated with the National Institute of Justice and arranged for the deployment of two powered parachutes for use in search and rescue in the region. Additionally, the Technology Assistance Division coordinated the deployment of a team from the National Institute of Justice to provide disaster mapping in the affected region. Technology Assistance Division staff also provided liaison between local officials requesting equipment, ...

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