Published on Aug 1, 2021
As technology becomes more integrated and sophisticated, having the capability to provide a coordinated and effective response to critical incidents becomes increasingly essential. Cultural shifts by police and public safety leaders embracing new and advanced technologies, combined with advanced tactical response skills, will equip their teams with all the available equipment, training and preparedness to respond to threats to public safety. Informing critical incident response through real and live data will drive change in pursuit of innovative critical response options.
UNIFIED INCIDENT COMMAND TRAINING FOR CRITICAL INCIDENT COMMANDERS (POLICE / FIRE / EMS / OFMEM / EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT) Hosted by Cornwall Fire Service 09 – 13 May 2022 CCII has partnered with Cornwall Fire Services
From drones to body worn cameras to GPS monitoring systems and automated licence plate readers, advances in law enforcement technology are making it possible for organizations to enhance public safety like never before."
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