Charles Werner

CHARLES WERNER, a Firehouse® contributing editor, is a 39-year veteran of the career and volunteer fire-rescue service. He is the present fire chief for the Charlottesville Fire Department. Werner also serves on the Charlottesville-Albemarle-UVA Emergency Communications Center (ECC) Management Board, Virginia Statewide Interoperability Executive Committee, Virginia Fire Service Council and International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) Technology Council, where he is co-chair of the Incident Management Information Sharing Sub Committee and chair of the National Information Sharing Consortium.

Tablets in the Fire Service: More Connectivity Than Ever

Tablets in the Fire Service: More Connectivity Than Ever

Fire Technology: Virginia's COMLINC

Fire Technology: Virginia's COMLINC

Tech Supplement: Technology Today and Tomorrow

Tech Support Introduction: Technology: Where We Are Now And Where We Are Going

Tech Support Introduction: Technology: Where We Are Now And Where We Are Going

Fire Technology: FirstNet: A Fire Chief's Journey

Fire Technology: FirstNet: A Fire Chief's Journey

Android to the Rescue

Android to the Rescue

Fire Technology: iPads, iPhones, Apps And the Fire Service

Narrowband Mandate Looming: What You Need to Know

Narrowband Mandate Looming: What You Need to Know

Fire Technology: D Block: The Nationwide Public Safety Broadband Network

Fire Technology: D Block: The Nationwide Public Safety Broadband Network

FIRE SERVICE TECHNOLOGY: SPECIAL REPORT: Public Safety Communications Update

FIRE SERVICE TECHNOLOGY: SPECIAL REPORT: Public Safety Communications Update

The Tribute WTC Visitor Center: Then and Now

The Tribute WTC Visitor Center: Then and Now

August 30, 2011
9/11 Memorial Steel Program

9/11 Memorial Steel Program

August 30, 2011

Virtual Collaboration: Communities of Practice

Preparing for Coexistence

Social Media and Public Safety

What Is LTE?

The Fire Service and the BlackBerry: A Powerful Combination

Broadband for Public Safety

Broadband for Public Safety

Call to Action: Broadband for Public Safety Responders

Emergency Communications: A Parallel Path

U.S. Fire Administrator Kelvin Cochran

Good Things Are Happening

FEMA Administrator W. Craig Fugate

The Success of SAFECOM

Advancing Public Safety GIS Locally and Nationally

 

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