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PSSRP

  1. When Time is of the Essence

    See how Portland’s Fire Station Alerting System assists Fire Fighters in responding faster.

  2. Portland's Public Safety Radio System

    Find out what keeps your Public Safety Professionals in constant contact with each other.

  3. Fire Information System

    Learn about the many facets of the FIS project.

The Public Safety Systems Revitalization Program (PSSRP) is a multi-year, coordinated effort among regional partners. The program is necessary to replace or upgrade aging public safety technology systems in order to sustain vital emergency response services for the citizens of Portland. The key driving factors for the program are: (1) the inability to receive ongoing maintenance from current public safety systems vendors; (2) the retirement of key system support staff; and (3) the difficulty of maintaining interoperability with existing systems.

The PSSRP currently has three primary projects:

  1. Public Safety Radio System Replacement
  2. Regional Justice Information Network (RegJIN)
  3. Fire Information Systems (FIS)

Additionally, PSSRP has a number of secondary and completed projects in its portfolio.

Heartbleed Security Notice

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