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INTERVIEW QUESTIONS RESULTS IMPLEMENTING AN 800 MHz RADIO SYSTEM

Eleven(11) interviews were conducted, eight (8) were by telephone and three (3) were in person. Eight (8) of the eleven (11) interviews were conducted with the surrounding jurisdictions with whom we currently exchange mutual aid

Five of the jurisdictions currently utilize 800 MHz radio systems. They are Fairfax City, Fairfax County, Arlington County, Loudoun County and Alexandria City. Two of the jurisdictions, Stafford County and Quantico Marine Corp Base, currently do not have plans to switch to an 800 MHz radio system. Fauquier County is planning to change over to an 800 MHz radio system by December 2003.

The following individuals were interviewed, they are:

John Maddox, Manager, Prince William County, Virginia, Public Safety Communications Center; Joe Mize, Radio Systems Administrator, Prince William County, Virginia, Public Safety Communications Center; Sam Somers, Communications Engineer, Prince William County, Virginia, Office of Information Technology; Captain John Diamantes, Fairfax County, Virginia, Fire and Rescue Public Safety Communications Center; Battalion Chief Joe Bailey, Fairfax City, Virginia, Fire and Rescue; Lisa Thompson, Radio Systems Manager, Arlington County, Virginia, Public Safety Communications Center; Deputy Chief Matt Partlow, Loudoun County, Virginia, Fire and Rescue Communications; Randal Browning, Communications Coordinator, Fauquier County, Virginia; Philip Myer, Emergency Services Coordinator, Fauquier County, Virginia; Assistant Chief Dennis Raines, Marine Corp Base, Quantico, Virginia, Fire Department; and Chuck Thompson, Emergency Services Coordinator, Stafford County, Virginia.

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