Six Agencies Making Communities Safer
Imagine receiving a call for service that someone is stranded in the middle of a frozen lake. Temperatures are dropping, and you know you must act fast to locate the caller before it is too late.
Across the nation, public safety agencies face scenarios like this every day. Minutes, sometimes even seconds, can be the difference between life and death. With so much on the line, public safety agencies know that any delay during critical moments can have serious consequences.
Learn how six public safety agencies are leveraging technology solutions to save time during an emergency response - all in the interest of making communities safer.
In this eBook, learn how:
- Michigan’s Macomb County Sherriff’s Office locates a man stranded in the middle of a frozen lake.
- Pinellas Park Police Department in Florida uses data to reduce opioid overdoses.
- In California, Clovis Police Department uses crime analysis to solve a string of serial burglaries.
- Rockwall Fire Department in Texas uses technology to get to the scene faster.
- In Wyoming, Laramie County Sherriff’s Office protects officers and citizens with faster processes.
- New York’s Greene County Emergency Services act fast to find a lost hiker.
Looking for more ways public safety agencies use technology? Check out the New World public safety webinar series.