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Lone Star Protective Services
Kirk Grable, President & CEO of Lone Star Protective Services, provides insight into how Tango Tango improves radio communications and delivers superior customer service at a price point that makes it all feasible.
Robinson County ISD
Safety Director, David Wrzesinski, enhances the safety of his students and staff by using Tango Tango’s push-to-talk technology to keep the entire school system connected to the local police department in the case of a critical emergency.
First Responders Nationwide
First responders nationwide explain why Tango Tango is an essential addition to extend, expand, and enhance their emergency radio communications.
Guardian Elite Medical Services
Responding to a major multi-car accident outside of their jurisdiction, Guardian Elite Medical Services lost radio communications as a result of being outside of radio range and quickly had to find another way to stay in communication with emergency responders. While driving to the scene, Guardian Elite Medical Services used Tango Tango to bridge the communications gap and maintain radio communications over their smartphones.
Aransas Pass Police Department
Unable to use their radios while responding to a gun threat at a local school, officers with the Aransas Pass Police Department used Tango Tango to relay critical information and coordinate emergency response efforts as they tracked down the suspect.
Captain Pilecki explains how Tango Tango’s PTT radio app is an essential communications tool for School Resource Officers by allowing them to communicate in areas with poor radio coverage and with external law enforcement agencies at the push of a button.
Cook County Fire Department
Fire Chief & EMA Director, Johnny West, overcomes proximity issues of traditional radios and interoperates with other public safety organizations by connecting his radio system to Tango Tango.
Clark County Police Department
120 emergency responders in Clark, South Dakota depend on Tango Tango to stay connected during critical emergencies.
Elmore County Fire Department
EMA Director Barnett and Fire Chief Cardwell rely on Tango Tango to enhance their radio communications and extend their radio coverage with 20 different fire departments.
Chilton County 9-1-1
Dan Wright, Chilton County 9-1-1 Executive Director and Alabama NENA President, discusses the advantages of Tango Tango as a limitless radio for Public Safety.
Dale County Sheriff’s Office
Chief Deputy Bynum overcame the limitations of his radio system, which included limited range, limited coverage, and limited connections, by connecting his radio system to Tango Tango. With Tango Tango, Chief Deputy Bynum can receive and respond to live radio calls anywhere in the nation, and he can communicate with neighboring departments at the push of a button.
Arab Police Department
Chief Ralston explains how being able to communicate with neighboring law enforcement agencies is essential to improving emergency response efforts – especially for a jurisdiction that covers multiple counties. With Tango Tango, Chief Ralston and his team are able to talk with surrounding agencies on a common frequency using the devices that they already have on them.
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