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What our region’s emergency responders are saying about us.
With “go lives” on Highway 14, emergency communications coverage is available to Port Renfrew, and we have enhanced services in several areas along that corridor, notably Otter Point and Shirley. The Northwest side of Salt Spring also became a safer area for first responders and the public with Channel Ridge (just above the Vesuvius Ferry […]Read article
Inter-operability is the ability of public safety service and support providers — police and RCMP, firefighters, BC Ambulance, BC Transit, Legislative Assembly Protective Services and all other user agencies on the CREST network — to communicate with front-line employees from other responding agencies to exchange voice and/or data communications on demand and in real time. […]Read article
CREST completed its land purchase in the City of Langford moving the organization one step closer to having a new consolidated public safety building that will house all of CREST’s equipment and technology under one roof in a post-seismic structure. The importance of protecting the Capital Region’s emergency telecommunications network is widely recognized and supported […]Read article