Justice Clearinghouse is orgnazing this virtual meeting on how new technologies secure livestreams 911 emergency calls directly to officers in the field is making an impact on the public safety of communities across the US. With Live911 software, patrol officers can monitor incoming 911 calls in real-time for their immediate area. The software allows first responders to hear the caller’s urgency and small details that may not be entered into the CAD system as well as identify on a map the caller’s precise location prior to the call for service being dispatched.
Live911 is a law enforcement’s potential game-changer for responding to 911 calls.
This meeting will address the following topics:
- A history of incidents where this technology may have been useful
- How this technology was imagined, created, and tested
- Live911 deployments benefiting sheriff’s offices and police departments
- Real-world examples of reduced response times and increased situational awareness
- Retired Captain Fritz Reber
- Captain Greg Goreck
- Lieutenant Don Redmond
This event will take place on Wednesday, October 21st at 4 pm EDT.
You need to be a member of Justice Clearinghouse in order to participate.