Emergency medical services take on the challenges of 2012

David Brown
Sunday, September 9, 2012

National Interoperability SummitNational and international events in 2012 are opening the discussion once again around the importance of interoperability within the blue light services. The National Interoperability Summit at The Emergency Services Show will be providing a platform for discussionsaround this critically important topic that is being supported by the Home Office, Cabinet Office, Department of Communities, local government and the Department of Health. Debates will cover an overview of the Joint Emergency Services Interoperability Programme (JESIP), an Olympics de-brief, perspectives from ACPO, CFOAand AACE, the Government’s aims and priorities and external challenges fromthe worlds of law, academia and the military.To register for your free visitor pass or to learn more about attending The Emergency Services Show 2012, please visit: www.emergencyuk.com

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