Solutions to Common Challenges During a Crisis

The conditions and threats that arise during times of crisis require 1st responders to receive instant updates. Their safety relies on quick communication. With social media, online messaging, and texting as prevalent as they are, your employees are dependant on instant communication and fast responses in their day-to-day life, as well as at work. There

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Technology Solutions for Predicted Crime Wave During Summer Months

Historically, crime rates have always risen during summer months throughout U.S. cities. However, experts expect the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic to compound this year’s summer crime wave. The high unemployment rates throughout the U.S.; a dramatic decrease in travel, tourism, and vacations; and increased restrictions around social distancing will force law enforcement officials

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Doing More With Less: Using Technology for Post-COVID Budgets

The COVID-19 pandemic will have far-reaching impacts on our taxpayer-funded budgets. With reduced travel, tourism, shopping, and levels of discretionary spending, the amount of tax revenue will drop precipitously. Drastically reduced tax revenue will affect city, county, and state budgets throughout 2020 and beyond. Now, more than ever, decision makers overseeing taxpayer-funded budgets must discover

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How Every Law Enforcement Agency Can Protect Their Officers During COVID-19

Historically, 1st responders have relied on pre-shift briefings to receive the latest information, updates, and directives. Even though this communication is essential, this practice may not allow for recommended CDC social distancing. Morning briefings/shift briefings are continuing to evolve for 1st responders as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. In many agencies, responders deemed ‘non-essential’ are told

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