A Picture is Worth…         Technology Overview
Introduction   Deputy Chief Bill Moore    –   26 Years in policing    –   Operations    –   CACP Informatics Committee   ...
Areas of Interest   Integration of data   Wireless Video   Operational Awareness/Command & Control   Officer safety an...
Future   We want it all, everything, right now … and it    must be:    –   Low cost or free    –   Easy to introduce to 7...
Interoperability   “Communications interoperability refers to    the ability of public safety agencies to talk    across ...
Interoperability Continuum
Canadian Interoperability Technology InterestGroup (CITIG): An Investment in Public Safety               Interoperability ...
CITIG   Visit www.citig.ca for more info and to    join.
Our Reality   We are not CSI, but most people think we are…   We still arrest people and have not charged a    computer ...
Crime Mapping
Crime Mapping
Intelligence Analysis
3D in-building
700 MHz
MASAS
The Experience…
The Experience…
The Future   View video: http://precisioninformation.org
Conclusion   Technology is not going to slow down    anytime soon, we must keep up   We have to be wary of “snake oil sa...
Questions ?       Deputy Chief Bill Moore       Halifax Regional Police        Office: 902-490-7138         Cell: 902-497-...
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Bill Moore's presentation at Geomatics Atlantic 2012 (www.geomaticsatlantic.com) in Halifax, June 2012. More session details at http://lanyrd.com/2012/geomaticsatlantic2012/stbgx/

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  1. 1. A Picture is Worth… Technology Overview
  2. 2. Introduction Deputy Chief Bill Moore – 26 Years in policing – Operations – CACP Informatics Committee  Chair of the Interoperability Sub-committee  700 MHz Public Safety Broadband Police Lead
  3. 3. Areas of Interest Integration of data Wireless Video Operational Awareness/Command & Control Officer safety anything Expert services on demand Interoperability
  4. 4. Future We want it all, everything, right now … and it must be: – Low cost or free – Easy to introduce to 700 plus persons – Leverage existing systems/open architecture – Provide a direct return on investment – Increase effectiveness – Low cost or free or better yet vendor pays us
  5. 5. Interoperability “Communications interoperability refers to the ability of public safety agencies to talk across disciplines and jurisdictions via radio (replace with voice) communications systems, exchanging voice and/or data with one another on demand, in real time, when needed, and as authorized.” http://www.safecomprogram.gov/SAFECOM/
  6. 6. Interoperability Continuum
  7. 7. Canadian Interoperability Technology InterestGroup (CITIG): An Investment in Public Safety Interoperability Working together to improve public safety interoperability…
  8. 8. CITIG Visit www.citig.ca for more info and to join.
  9. 9. Our Reality We are not CSI, but most people think we are… We still arrest people and have not charged a computer yet with a crime… We have a shrinking budget We have procurement rules and long timelines We need to keep up, but change is getting faster We can not quit
  10. 10. Crime Mapping
  11. 11. Crime Mapping
  12. 12. Intelligence Analysis
  13. 13. 3D in-building
  14. 14. 700 MHz
  15. 15. MASAS
  16. 16. The Experience…
  17. 17. The Experience…
  18. 18. The Future View video: http://precisioninformation.org
  19. 19. Conclusion Technology is not going to slow down anytime soon, we must keep up We have to be wary of “snake oil salesman” Remember that technology supports people, not the other way around And a picture is worth ….
  20. 20. Questions ? Deputy Chief Bill Moore Halifax Regional Police Office: 902-490-7138 Cell: 902-497-4620 mooreb@halifax.ca

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