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Getting the Word Out

May 25, 2012

Law enforcement agencies will soon have access to the Commercial Mobile Alert System (CMAS), a voluntary emergency alerting system developed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the FCC, and wireless carriers.

Utah Implements Blue Alert System

October 20, 2011
On Monday, Utah becomes the tenth state in the country to implement a Blue Alert—an Amber Alert-style warning system designed to get the public looking for suspects who assault police officers.

Federal Bill Would Help Establish National Blue Alert

January 24, 2011
H.R. 365 would encourage states to set up Blue Alerts for attacks on officers that are similar to the Amber Alert system used to locate abducted children.

California Adds Blue Alert for 2011

January 9, 2011
The state's Emergency Alert System, much like the Amber Alert, would be activated as a Blue Alert if an officer is killed, injured or assaulted; a suspect poses an immediate danger to the public or law enforcement; a detailed description of a suspect's vehicle or license plate is available for broadcast; or further information would help accelerate apprehension.

Maryland Implements 'Blue Alert' for Crimes Against LE

June 26, 2010
The notification system will be called Blue Alert and will be similar to the Amber Alert system to identify missing children and Silver Alert to find missing seniors.
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