Envisage Technologies will host a live webinar entitled, “Months to Minutes,” at 2 pm ET/ 11 am PT on Tuesday, July 28. This session will give participants the opportunity to learn how Utah’s POST streamlined their training and compliance process from 12 months to 5 minutes.
There are strong correlations between rising temperatures and crime rates. To keep the public safe, leaders need not only to be aware of this relationship, but also to engage peers and the public in developing solutions to the impending resource gaps.
Knowing the rules and norms of different social networks can help law enforcement officials use the Internet effectively for community policing.
Use of force occurs in a relatively small number of interactions between the police and public, but the potential costs—in terms of dollars, reputations, and lives—demand that considerable time and resources be allocated toward its management.
The International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training (IADLEST) announced a partnership with Envisage Technologies to develop a National Certification Program for law enforcement continuing education.
Over the past few years, cybersecurity has become a major concern for federal government and law enforcement. Although high-profile data breaches involve larger organizations, there is growing concern that smaller agencies will be targeted with greater frequency in the future.
When the NYPD asked people to share photos of themselves posing with police officers, a stream of images depicting police brutality dominated their hashtag. Given the initial reaction to #myNYPD, pulling the plug would be easy. However, actions can be taken to turn short-term struggles into long-term success.
With the initial phase of development completed, Envisage Technologies is ready to launch a new professional learning network designed exclusively for first responders. FirstForward will open privately later this year to a select group of police, fire and EMS departments.
Disasters can strike anywhere and at any time. The process of planning for and evaluating these events, however, extends beyond the crisis in progress.
The primary goal of any first responder is to come home alive. Ongoing training is essential to improve the chances of that happening. To be effective, however, training must evolve to reflect and anticipate future emergency scenarios.