Customer Testimonials

Surf Rescue lifeguards and EMTs train by doing a simulation of a swimmer in trouble before the kickoff of the tourist season in Duck, NC. Duck, NC is now on FirstNet and is relying on its connectivity and reliability for first responders doing everyday work such as guarding beaches, as well as for events such as hurricanes.

Dedicated Broadband Communications Platform Supports Law Enforcement Operations in Maine

September 2, 2020

Mexico Police Department Modernizes Response with Fast, Reliable Connectivity

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Southern Indiana Sheriff’s Department Stays Connected with FirstNet

July 15, 2020
How Dubois County Personnel Leverage the Network’s Reliable Connectivity
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Modern Technology and Priority Connectivity Improves Indiana Public Safety Response

June 29, 2019

Anderson is an industrial town located northeast of Indianapolis, Indiana. It’s home to 58,000 people served by the Anderson Police Department.

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Rural Michigan Sheriff’s Office joins FirstNet to improve community response

April 1, 2020

Hillsdale County Sheriff’s Office in rural Michigan serves a population of 47,000 people across 600 square miles. Communication is central to their daily work of protecting the community, whether at their office headquarters or in the field.

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When Seconds Count: A Story of FirstNet Impact

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"FirstNet is not only connectivity but also capacity and what that does is give us capability."

Lt. Thomas L. Randall
Retired
Brazos County Sheriff's Office

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"One of the most important things FirstNet does for us is give us capacity. We're glad the day has finally come and we can work unthrottled - on our own network"

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Chief Mike Duyck
Fire Chief
Tualatin Valley Oregon Fire & Rescue


"FirstNet would have helped us in the past..."

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Dwayne Kilgo
IT Director
Susses County, DE

Tested & Trusted: A Story of FirstNet Adoption

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"By having a priority system it gives us priority over the general public.  Our deputies out in the field have more information at their fingertips than anybody in the nation could have."

Lt. Thomas L. Randall
Retired
Brazos County Sheriff's Office

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