Mike Dayton, acting secretary of the California Emergency Management Agency, explains how California utilizes fusion centers and works with the private sector to protect critical infrastructure.
Agencies and jurisdictions find creative and collaborative ways to obtain the funding they need for their mission-critical projects.
Harlin McEwen, chairman, Public Safety Spectrum Trust Corp.
The Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) International will lend its support to help secure a Saudi Arabia currently being built.
"Prior to installing the red light cameras, we ought to examine accident causality and the reason for overrepresentation [in red light running or accidents] and if nothing else works, which is unlikely, then let's talk about the red light cameras."
BLUtube brings YouTube-style video sharing to law enforcement.
IT tools help Southern California officials evacuate 500,000 people.
Ray Kelly, Police Commissioner, New York City
County officials invested in two mass notification systems just prior to the 2007 fires.
Law enforcement explores non-lethal technologies for police safety such as camera eggs, spy planes, and light guns.
College campuses seek increased security in the wake of shootings.
Education programs for emergency management professionals are growing nationally and internationally.