Verizon Frontline

The advanced network and technology for first responders. Your mission is our purpose.

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Reliable connectivity

For 30 years, our mission-proven communications solutions have helped first responders stay connected on the front lines.

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More than 35,000 agencies rely on Verizon Frontline and our mission critical solutions.

The power of Verizon 5G gives first responders speed, coverage and security they can count on in critical situations.

Our intelligent platform automatically provides prioritization and preemption to first responders’ voice and data communications so they can stay connected when it matters most.

With 100% battery backup and a dedicated support staff available 24/7/365, Verizon keeps you connected.


Public safety and first responders network connectivity

Stay response-ready with solutions that enhance public safety networks and communications.

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Advanced response solutions

Support emergency operations in the city, on base or in extreme locations with rugged mobile devices—including ad-hoc networks, asset monitoring and more.

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Secure mission critical communications

Coordinate seamlessly and improve near real-time decision-making with reliable, interoperable solutions such as Push to Talk Plus and Group First Response.

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Situational awareness solutions

Make better-informed decisions and get timely, reliable data using critical tools, such as Wireless Network Performance Manager.

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Public safety devices

Keep your organization securely connected, even in the most trying situations, with durable smartphones that can withstand harsh environments.

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News and events

Discover announcements and learn about Verizon-led discussions and presentations, across the country, on public safety solutions.

2024 Verizon Frontline Roadshow

Come see our solutions and technology firsthand at locations across the country, and meet the team that supports your mission.

Committed to public safety

For decades, Verizon has provided communications solutions for public safety personnel, and worked alongside them, in support of their mission to protect and serve communities.

Our 5G Ultra Wideband is available to 200+ million people across the U.S.⁴


Devices and solutions provided to public safety agencies by the Verizon Frontline Crisis Response Team in 2023


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Battery backup at macro-cell sites across the U.S.

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Verizon Frontline
Crisis Response Team

We help first responders, government agencies and more stay connected 24/7 during emergencies and beyond.

Verizon Frontline
Innovation Program

Join the first-of-its-kind innovation incubator dedicated to creating 5G-enabled solutions for first responders on the front lines and those supporting them.

Tactical Humanitarian Operations Response (THOR)

Explore our rapid response command center that can deploy a standalone mobile network for first responders under almost any conditions. Step inside.

Verizon First Responder Benefits Program

First responders can use two priority services for their personal wireless devices, at no additional cost.


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1 Based on quarterly third-party wireless voice market share data, Q4 2023.

2 Most reliable 5G network based on more first place rankings in RootMetrics® 5G data reliability assessments of 125 metro markets conducted in 2H 2023. Tested with best commercially available smartphones on three national mobile networks across all available network types. Your experiences may vary. RootMetrics rankings are not an endorsement of Verizon.

3 Priority and Preemption services are available on the 4G LTE and 5G networks for eligible public safety users. Priority and Preemption services are not offered on the 5G Ultra Wideband network at this time. In the unlikely event that the 5G Ultra Wideband network is congested, eligible users automatically fall back to the 4G LTE network and their communications receive Priority and Preemption services.

4 “Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband now reaches 200 million people.” Verizon press release, 2023.