Cyberattacks have the potential to cripple public safety departments and jeopardize first responders' ability to protect lives and property. Download this free digital magazine created to help public safety leaders navigate unavoidable issues related to cybersecurity.
By Michele Ice
When southwest Georgia was devastated by Hurricane Michael, local responders were overwhelmed so the Georgia Incident Management Response Team stepped in to help out. Learn about one firefighter's experience during the response and why she encourages all first responders to volunteer.
By Leischen Stelter
We take a look back at the fire articles that resonated most with our readers over the past year. Here are In Public Safety's most popular 2018 articles, including firsthand accounts of fighting the California wildfires and handling stress and trauma.
By Kurt Binversie
California wildfires are causing massive and widespread devastation. Learn about the indispensable Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) technology that first responders and the public are using to get real-time information about these unpredictable fires.
By Brad Bouchillon
First responders are often all too familiar with loss. When they experience the death of someone close to them, it's important to remember that grieving is a healthy, necessary, and individual process.
By Dr. Randall Hanifen
Firefighters respond to a range of modern incidents including terrorist attacks. Even if it doesn't follow the same route, what can the U.S. fire service learn from other countries that have nationalized their emergency services?