Emergency Communications Network thanks client agencies during First Responder Appreciation Week and National Law Enforcement Day

Emergency Communications NetworkAt Emergency Communications Network (ECN), we appreciate all of the police departments, fire departments and emergency management agencies who use the CodeRED emergency notification system to keep residents informed.

We’re taking a moment during Florida’s first-ever First Responder Appreciation Week to thank our client agencies for their dedication to the safety of communities everywhere. Governor Rick Scott created the week to encourage people to thank the nation’s law enforcement, fire fighters and EMT’s for their service during January 5-9.

To wrap up the week, we’re joining many of our clients throughout the country on January 9 in observing the first National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day (L.E.A.D.) Concerns of Police Survivors, Inc. and partnering organizations created the day to recognize and support law enforcement.

National Law Enforcement Appreciation DayDuring National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, local events are being held across the U.S. in support of law enforcement officers. Emergency Communications Network will be showing support through social media.

Public safety officials nationwide use the CodeRED emergency notification system to notify residents of critical events. When local law enforcement officers issue a CodeRED message to alert residents of an active shooter or missing person, we are reminded of their commitment to the safety of their residents.

We’d like to express our sincerest gratitude to the law enforcement officers and first responders within our client communities, and all of those across the Country, for their continued hard work and for the protection they provide their communities with every day.