Oklahoma Agency Joins FirstNet, Deploys AccessMyLAN App
Tuesday, October 29, 2019 | Comments

The Wagoner County (Oklahoma) Sheriff's Office is connecting deputies to the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) network. The Wagoner County Sheriff's Office is adding FirstNet service to vehicles, mobile hot spots and department-issued smartphones.

Additionally, the agency deployed AccessMyLAN for FirstNet, a FirstNet Certified app and network-based service that provides first responders with a safer internet experience on smartphones, ruggedized tablets and cellular routers.

"FirstNet and AccessMyLAN for FirstNet are highly beneficial to our law enforcement officers as they have streamlined how we communicate securely and effectively during both routine and emergency incident response situations," said Sheriff Chris Elliott of Wagoner County Sheriff's Office. “The service provides our patrolmen with an essential tool to communicate with one another, our interconnected applications and our dispatch systems in a fast and highly secure way.”

The AccessMyLAN service provides law enforcement agencies with protection and management controls to shield mobile communications across all subscriber identity module (SIM)-enabled devices. Learn more about FirstNet Certified and Listed apps here.

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