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Forest Service Dispatch Stations

The Forest Service's four Dispatch Stations use the same software for the Telephone and radio control computers as the Cal FIRE Dispatch Stations. the monitors are arranged from left to right: one computer controlled telephone system touchscreen monitor, one Computer controlled Radio touchscreen monitor, one Computer-assisted dispatch (CAD) monitor; the Forest Service Uses software from Bighorn Information Systems for Fire Planning (IIAA, FireBudget), Fire Prevention (PWA, WPAP, BuildFBD), Aircraft Management (AMIS, AUTOAT), Fuels Management (FORBS, FATE), Historical Fire Analysis (PCHA), Computer-Aided Dispatch (WildCAD), GIS Utilities Legal<->Lat/Lon<->UTM), Readiness Review (READY), Fire Cache Management (CACHE) and Weed Abatement Model Concept and the last Monitor is a workstation for reports and other tasks. One of the dispatch stations also has access to the Fresno County Emergency Medical Services communications system and another different station as a Notebook computer which has access to the National Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (NLETS), the National Crime Information Center (NCIC), the Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS), the California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (CLETS), the California Department of Motor Vehicle (CalDMV) and the Oregon Law Enforcement Data System (LEDS).

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