Proceed with Intelligence: The Street Never Stands Still

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Proceed with Intelligence: The Street Never Stands Still

  1. 1. THE INCREASE, RESOURCES DECREASE ANDSTANDSHOLD THE LINETHREATS STREET NEVER YOU’RE ASKED TO STILL EVENTS ARE THE WORLD ACCIDENTS DISASTERS PLANNED CONVENES HAPPEN STRIKE
  2. 2. MORE THAN 650,000 9-1-1 CALLSARE ANSWERED EVERY DAY 1
  3. 3. CITIZENS EXPECTA QUICK RESPONSEAVERAGE METRO RESPONSE TIME 2 7 MINUTES 6 MINUTES
  4. 4. FIRST RESPONDERS MUST PROCESS CRITICAL INFORMATIONWITHIN MINUTESINCIDENT ADDRESS REAL-TIME VIDEOTRAFFIC INFORMATION MOBILE CADADDRESS HISTORY BOLO ALERTSSUSPECT HISTORY PLATE LOOKUPSBUILDING PLANS HAZMAT SHEETTO COMBAT THE ELEMENT OF SURPRISE, INTELLIGENCE IS YOUR BEST ADVANTAGE
  5. 5. TURN INFORMATION INTO INTELLIGENCETURN EVERY INPUT INTO ONE POINT OF VIEW
  6. 6. A SAFER WAY TO PROTECT COMMUNICATIONS LIFELINE AUTOMATED STATUS DETECTION READY FOR WHAT’S NEXT COMMAND HAS YOUR BACKSUDDEN CARDIAC DEATH IS THE #1 CAUSE OF ON-DUTY FIREFIGHTER FATALITIES IN THE US 3
  7. 7. STAY IN FRONT OF RIGHT NOW COORDINATED RESPONSE MULTIMEDIA TACTICAL COLLABORATION KNOW WHAT YOU’RE DEALING WITH VIDEO FOR WHEN IT 53% NEEDS TO BE SEENOF FIRST RESPONDERS EXPECT DATA TO ALWAYS BE AVAILABLE TO THEM DURING AN INCIDENT4
  8. 8. TIME TO PROCESS MISDEMEANOR30MINUTES 4 HOURS ATON SCENE STATIONMOBILE IDENTITY MANUALLY 5MANAGEMENT 5
  9. 9. COVER MORE GROUND FORGET THE PAPERWORK THROW AWAY THE TICKET BOOK TRACK EVERY ASSET CLOSE OUT THE INCIDENT
  10. 10. WHEN COMMAND CENTERS, RESPONDERS AND VEHICLESSHARE A UNIFIED PERSPECTIVEUNCERTAINTY BECOMES CONFIDENCEINFORMATION BECOMES A PLAN
  11. 11. WHEN COMMAND CENTERS, RESPONDERS AND VEHICLESSHARE A UNIFIED PERSPECTIVEPUBLIC SAFETY PROFESSIONALSPROCEED WITH INTELLIGENCE
  12. 12. SEE HOW PUBLIC SAFETY CAN SHIFT FROM READYFOR ANYTHING TO READY FOR WHAT’S NEXTIN THE VEHICLE ON THE STREET ON THE FIREGROUND
  13. 13. SOURCES1. ttp://www.nena.org/?page=911Statistics h2. http://www.wbez.org/story/chicago-police-response-time-down-2012-97137 http://www.wnyc.org/blogs/wnyc-news-blog/2012/feb/17/nypd-response-times-up/ http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/LAPD-Emergency-Response-Times-Not-Affected-by-Budget-Cuts-102403094.html http://www.cityofboston.gov/Images_Documents/Police%20-%20FY11%20Q1%20Web_ver2_tcm3-21707.pdf http://www.usfa.fema.gov/downloads/pdf/tfrs/v5i7.pdf3. National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) “Firefighter Fatalities in the United States 2011”, June 20124. Motorola 2012 Public Safety Industry Study, February 20125. Motorola Solutions Misdemeanor Processing Time Analysis, 2012

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