Inc. magazine revealed today that 365Labs is the top Public Safety firm on its third annual Inc. 5000 Regionals: Southeast list, the most prestigious ranking of the fastest-growing private companies
Disconnected tools and manual, time-consuming processes have left many struggling to keep up with the constantly growing amount of video and other digital evidence.
365Labs is #3 on Louisiana State University’s 2022 LSU100 list of fastest growing LSU graduate owned or led companies.
For the second consecutive year, 365Labs has been recognized as one of the 2022 ‘Best Places to Work’ by the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report and Greater Baton Rouge Society of Human Resource Management.
As the amount of photo and video data in public safety continues to grow exponentially, the right tools can help agencies fully leverage this data to improve processes. AI-based image recognition is one such tool.
As corrections facilities work to address decreasing staff levels, technology has become the go-to force multiplier to help officers maintain safe, smooth operations.
Inc. Magazine has revealed that 365Labs, a leading Public Safety technology firm, is number 154 on its annual Inc. 5000 list. The list is the most prestigious ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in America with past honorees such as Facebook, Under Armour, and Microsoft.
With AI, its easier to manage digital evidence – from bodycams, in-car video and other connected cameras.
Officers need better records: information that is accurate, up-to-date, and quickly accessible. But years of manual incident reporting and disconnected systems have created data headaches for many agencies.
‘Do More with Less’ has become the mantra for agencies trying to balance increasing demands on public safety with staff and resource shortages.
For more than 35 years, Spillman has been a leading innovator who transformed the field of public safety technology. Now, 365Labs will leverage his expertise to further elevate the customer experience.
Every dispatcher tries to speed up the response time for emergencies. However, most CAD systems in use today are built on 20-year-old technology that slows down response times with limited intel, disconnected screens, and workflows that are difficult to use. In short, these systems don’t give dispatchers or officers the tools needed to respond efficiently.
Just like technology has transformed how we accomplish tasks in our daily lives, it’s also transforming the way agencies and LEOs serve the public.
To combat the growing number of targeted cyberattacks on government agencies, Executive Order (EO) 14028 on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity requires federal agencies and their suppliers “to modernize [their] approach to cybersecurity.”
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.
Since NIBRS became the crime reporting standard on January 1, 2021, many agencies have successfully made the transition, with over 60% of agencies contributing NIBRS data.
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.
365Labs was named as one of the 2021 Best Places to Work. The awards program is a project of the Greater Baton Rouge Business Report, the Greater Baton Rouge SHRM, an affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management and Best Companies Group.
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.
Mo Vij’s 365Labs is using tech to improve police operations, transparency Mohit “Mo” Vij wants to change the way the public interacts with local law
As the world is transforming digitally so are Jails, with over 25% of correctional facilities in the United States adopting technology as an important asset to move forward.
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.
License Plate Reader (LPR) technology has become an integral part of intelligent transportation systems with widespread applications in smart parking, traffic monitoring and law enforcement.
When talking about VR or AR, most people will probably think of gaming or entertainment. But the use of Augmented Reality technology is rapidly increasing in many industries, including Public Safety.
As leaders prepare their agencies to meet the growing demands on public safety, more agencies are leveraging Cloud technology to become more agile, proactive and efficient.
Smartphones have become an indispensable tool for LEOs – from capturing incident photos to completing reports, the number of uses for smartphones keeps growing.
With the help of smart eCitation solutions, agencies are making traffic stops faster and safer for both LEOs and the public. Here are 4 reasons agencies have retired their paper ticket books:
Artificial Intelligence has created a unique opportunity to establish safer communities with agencies using AI-based technology to help reduce, prevent and respond to crimes.
While drone technology was a novelty just a few years ago, drones are now considered a necessity for public safety, with agencies leveraging drones to gather information about natural disasters, find missing persons quicker, and ensure the safety of the public and first responders.
According to a survey of police departments, almost 40% of survey respondents said they spend a quarter of the day on paperwork pertaining to incident reporting and other documentation tasks alone, rather than policing and protecting communities.
The growing number of data sources in public safety, like video surveillance, body cameras, LPRs, traffic cameras, and other devices, have given police more evidence to work with to prevent and solve crime in real time.
The data-based initiative will rely on community engagement and increased patrols to target areas where the department has determined crime is likely to occur.
Data coming from the real-time crime center is helping leaders at Baton Rouge Police isolate which areas of the city to focus on the most.
GISMO™ continues to gain momentum as the indispensable tool for Law Enforcement. WBR Sheriff, Sheriff Cazes, is equipping his deputies with the state-of-the-art technology to streamline operations and improve officer & public safety.
In its support of the EBR Law Enforcement Agencies, 365Labs is donating its state-of-the-art Realtime Crime Management Platform – 365 RealTime™ software, free of cost to the City of Baton Rouge and the East Baton Rouge Parish.
365Labs had the pleasure of hosting the Association of Prosecuting Attorneys’ Leadership Institute and showcasing how 365™ smart technology can create digital Government and safer communities.
The Zachary Police Department is planning to outfit officers with electronic ticket-writing devices that leaders say will make it faster and safer for officers to issue traffic citations.
The smartphone-like technology integrates a variety of law enforcement technology, including camera feeds, dispatch information and GPS tracking, and can perform license plate scans, fingerprinting and ticket writing
East Baton Rouge Sheriff Sid Gautreaux is equipping deputies with a revolutionary device which runs software that will save lives and solve crime.
The sting of receiving a traffic ticket on the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway will remain the same, but the process of writing and processing citations will soon become more efficient on the 24-mile span.
The American Prosecutors Association Major County Prosecutors’ Council brings together the largest prosecution offices in the nation to share innovative ideas and advance the field of criminal prosecution.
Baton Rouge-based company 365Labs has some major investment news. The company is now giving back to the Baton Rouge area by making a $20 million investment in the new @Highland technology park, which broke ground last week.