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NG911 could be costly, unreliable due to CRTC definition: PSAPs

Briefs | 08/30/2017 2:36 pm EDT

A group of police departments and emergency authorities that run public safety answering points (PSAPs), or 911 call centres, is telling the CRTC that a distinction it drew between primary and secondary PSAPs in a decision on next-generation 911 (NG911) will negatively affect the new system.

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