As the expectations and needs of communities continue to grow, state and local governments are expected to do more with less.
Every state in the U.S has been impacted by at least one billion dollar disaster since 1980
An estimated 70% of 911 calls are placed from mobile phones, and that number is growing
Since 2013, there has been an average of one school shooting a week
Support a large community with a finite set of resources
Partner and engage with your community to protect them from unforeseen risks
Improve call handling metrics and response times to keep your community safe
While the media can be your best partner for sharing and disseminating important community updates, they can also negatively portray your agency following an incident or mistake.
You can tap into the power of the media by empowering them to share your agency’s steps to improving community safety and preparedness.
With regular updates and success stories of your lifesaving technology implementation, the media will partner with your agency to share these powerful stories and become a partner in readying your community for known and unforeseen risks and disasters.
Schools, churches, outdoor events. There is a growing number of soft targets in each of our communities. Delay in notifying 9-1-1 and on-site personnel of an emergency, slows down the resolution of any incidents putting your community’s safety at risk.
Technology today enables fast action by those on location at these soft targets to send in anonymous tips or trigger a panic button activation to 9-1-1 and on-site personnel. With this mobile technology, bystanders and staff on the front lines are able to prevent incidents or shorten their response time.
First responders put their lives on the line. Whether they are responding to a domestic violence incident, to an individual with mental health issues, or a fentanyl overdose, the more information they have before they arrive at the scene improves their situational awareness and could save their life.
Through additional text-from-911, facility profiles, and individual provided profiles, first responders can view critical information from the field and coordinate their response in in real-time.