Michael Greenberger on potential danger and cost of D.C. police changing its radio codes

Washington D.C. police recently changed the radio codes that give surrounding jurisdictions access to their communications during an emergency. Unless these jurisdictions make expensive upgrades to their radio systems, they won’t hear what’s going on and can’t talk to each other. CHHS Director Michael Greenberger gives his thoughts on how this could affect emergency response and interoperability.

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