Amerilert First Responder is the first and leading text messaging-based dispatch, paging and reply system for Fire Departments, Police Departments, Rescue Squads, and EMS.
Never miss a call. Know who's coming and when. Amerilert First Responder is the most convenient, reliable, and easy-to-use system to reach your team's cell phones and pagers in an instant. Responders can reply back to let you know if they are coming and when.
Narrowband compatible, use it for primary alerts, secondary alerts, or routine communication for one low predictable cost.
You can configure Amerilert First Responder to automatically dispatch pages from the 911 center, PSAP or dispatch center to standard cell phones and pagers of first responders. It connects to Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) systems via the SNPP protocol for fast and efficient automated alerts.
If no CAD system exists, then a police station, fire station or rescue squad can dispatch their own messages from the Amerilert cloud-based interface to the desired groups. The system can be configured to dispatch alerts to everyone or to specific groups on an alert-by-alert basis.
Amerilert First Responder is a highly redundant, geographically-dispersed, hosted communication system operating with 99.999% uptime. This extreme reliability meets or exceeds the performance of many radio-based dedicated public safety alerting systems used by fire departments and rescue squads today.
Dispatch Fire, Police, and Rescue Teams
Call in Firemen, Off-Duty Personnel, Volunteers, etc.
Call out HAZMAT, Technical Rescue, Water Rescue, etc.
Contact us today to discover how fast, easy and affordable it is to setup Amerilert First Responder for your organization.
"I would recommend to fire chiefs to keep your tone pagers as your primary for initial dispatches, but use Amerilert for out-of-district primary alerts, for secondary dispatches that include additional info, for inter-department communications, and for other outreach efforts. It is much more reliable, flexible and user-friendly than alpha pagers.”