Transparency and communication have long been the cornerstone of establishing and maintaining that trust with the public. Now, the need for law enforcement agencies to share information in a way that is timely and accessible has never been greater.
Managing a public safety fleet comes with high demands: Fleet managers must ensure the safety of units that are often driven in extreme conditions while minimizing unit downtime and staying within budget.
Minimizing response time is top priority for 911 call-takers, dispatchers and first responders. As technology evolves for both first responders and the citizens they serve, agencies are leveraging cutting-edge tech and the data it provides to improve incident response strategies and outcomes.
A key component of building community partnerships is making the community feel part of the public safety process. With the right tools, agencies can enhance communication, build trust, and give citizens the opportunity to take a proactive role in their community’s safety.
When it comes to public safety, every second matters. So, it’s no surprise that agencies are leveraging Internet of Things (IoT) technology and its data driven insights to streamline processes for crime prevention and emergency response.
For several states, data collection for traffic and pedestrian stops is becoming a routine requirement for LEOs, and it’s likely that data collection compliance will be expanding nationwide in the near future.