Envisage Partners with IAFC to Boost Near Miss Reporting System

Chantilly, VA - The International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) and Envisage Technologies have launched a strategic partnership to support the IAFC’s Firefighter Near Miss Reporting System. This partnership will help maintain a safe and accessible platform where fire service personnel who have encountered dangerous situations can share their experiences online to help educate other first responders.

2019-11-05T08:04:46-05:00November 5th, 2019|Fire & Rescue, Local & Tribal, Press Releases, Public Safety|

Think You Need an LMS? Without a Training Management Component, Your Agency is Already at a Disadvantage

On paper, the difference between a learning management system (LMS) and a training management system (TMS) may seem like simple semantics. In the public safety world, however, significant gaps in functionality between the two make a TMS the clear choice for almost any agency in search of an upgrade. Before risking years of limited training activity, agencies should take a breath and consider exactly what they need from the software they plan to buy – their personnel and the public deserve nothing less.

2019-09-26T13:17:49-04:00September 24th, 2019|Local & Tribal, Public Safety, Training & Equipment|

Can Your Region Benefit from a Centralized Law Enforcement Organization Database?

Once the domain of federal agencies and major software vendors, centralized regional databases have become a growing trend among small and midsized agencies since 9/11: powerful, cloud-based tools designed to track a variety of criminal justice, strategic, and administrative data. While not without challenges, the technology offers great promise to organizations with neighbors willing to participate.

2019-05-22T13:27:33-04:00May 22nd, 2019|Law Enforcement, Local & Tribal|

Law Enforcement and Field Training: The Evolution of a Decades-Old Process for Modern Departments

Borne from a bureaucratic personnel issue turned tragedy, the San Jose Police Department’s “Field Training Plans” are arguably the most influential addition to industry training protocol in half a century—and undoubtedly the most widespread. Using their Field Training and Evaluation Program as a starting point, this paper will discuss the practice, its influence, and the positive impact technology can have in its continued evolution