It's your job to ensure that the first responders under your watch are prepared for theirs. In this recorded 60-minute webinar, Scott Stephenson, Director of Utah POST, describes how he transformed the compliance process using new technology and systems specifically designed for compliance organizations. This webinar is free to all public safety professionals tasked with tracking training standards and compliance.
Pre-incident planning is an essential component of modern fire response. However, developing a robust database of these plans can take years of sustained commitment at all levels of a department. By leveraging publicly-available technology and information, however, departments can accelerate and automate much of this work.
The hidden price of legacy technology is motivating law enforcement departments to try cloud computing—Software as a Service (SaaS), in particular—to bring down costs and increase flexibility.
As public funds continue to shrivel, state and local governments are increasingly turning to the Internet and the cloud to trim technology costs and better manage information services.
The president's 2015 State of the Union highlights potential changes to cybersecurity, education and community Internet access.
Expanding resources for airports and their security agencies will improve the safety and emergency response of travel facilities.
The Army is considering a new strategy to prioritize lighter, more efficient equipment.
In an effort to reduce re-admissions, fire departments are visiting patients after their hospital discharge to ease the safe transition home.
The New York City Police Department is exploring the use of Google Glass for officers on patrol.
San Diego is considering deploying "fast-response squads," two-person crews placed around the city to improve response times for emergencies.