The positive outcomes of decades-long programs to train inmates in fire and EMS suggest education can be an effective method of significantly reducing recidivism.
As public support and grant funding continue to drive body cam adoption across the nation, departments must recognize both the challenges and limitations of implementing this technology. By investing time in policies at the outset, however, departments can effectively use body cams to manage their interactions and communications with the public.
The national opioid epidemic is a public health crisis that inflicts unprecedented damage. Few see the communitywide impact of a drug epidemic like the people who play a key role in most of the criminal, civil, and health events connected to it. This unique relationship with the epidemic naturally carries a number of responsibilities.
Envisage Technologies announced today that it has been awarded a new contract by the State of California’s Department of State Hospitals (DSH). As part of the contract, Envisage will implement the Acadis® Readiness Suite to replace DSH’s legacy training management system for their law enforcement division.
Police have long struggled with effective ways to tailor standard training, skills, and protocol to mental health situations. And though no one individual solution for such a varied problem exists, specialized training—applied, at times, with alterations to department culture—is one way to ensure public safety officers are more prepared to respond to incidents in which mental health plays a role.
In this webinar, Gavin Horn discusses cardiovascular and chemical exposure risks on today’s fireground and training ground. In particular, he discusses the impact of different fireground job assignments as well as suppression tactics.
First Responders, as a group, have a unique relationship with technology. The ability to apply technology to fitness, training activities, and established procedures in the first responder field allows for the integration of many technological developments into every day practices. Much of the current excitement around wearable technology in fields like firefighting, emergency medical services, and law enforcement draws from this patience and past success. With enough time to iron out the technical, financial, and bureaucratic details surrounding them, off-the-shelf wearable gadgets and purpose-built tools—along with the software that runs on them—have a chance to realize their full potential.
Private-Industry Management & Training Corporation Selects Acadis® Readiness Suite for Training Management
Envisage Technologies announced today that it has been chosen by private-industry Management & Training Corporation (MTC) to implement the Acadis® Readiness Suite to replace their legacy training management systems for their corrections division.
Envisage Technologies, creators of the Acadis® Readiness Suite—a software solution built to manage the complex training operations for first responder communities—announced today that they have begun offering a mobile application for Apple mobile devices. Acadis Mobile is available for download from the App Store.
This year’s Fall Instructors Conference held by the International Society of Fire Service Instructors (ISFSI) marked the beginning of a new era in fire training standards. At this year’s conference, ISFSI and Envisage Technologies announced the Fire Training Certification Program (Fire TCP), a new set of standards for evaluating training […]