Emergency Management

Communications Interoperability

In general, interoperability refers to the ability of emergency responders to work seamlessly with other systems or products without any special effort.  Wireless communications interoperability specifically refers to the ability of emergency response officials to share information via voice and data signals on demand, in real time, when needed, and as authorized.

To enhance interoperability in Grant County, Emergency Management works with public safety agencies to plan for and implement interoperable communications solutions. The current level of interoperability in Grant County is achieved through shared channel planning.

To maintain radio system security, specific frequencies and other codes are not published on this website.

Grant County Public Safety agencies may contact either our office, Day Wireless or Spectrum Communications for a complete radio programming list.



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