Crime Stopper: Video’s Role in (Policing) Community Safety
11AM PT, 2PM ET
Duration: 1 hour
Public safety departments in state and local government as well as education are experiencing extensive growth in their usage of mobile communications and video. In 2007, 71,000 in-car cameras were in use, compared to just 49,000 used in 2003. This trend has public safety and law enforcement officials across the U.S. looking for answers and searching for solutions.
Want to find out why leaders across the nation are have made video a priority and what that will mean to you?
Join the Center for Digital Government and Government Technology, as we discuss how video is changing how public safety organizations do business.
During this webinar we will discuss:
How are public safety agencies addressing this emerging trend?
How are campuses increasing safety with video?
What is driving the video movement?
What is the role for consolidation and storage?
Center for Digital Government
About our Speaker:
Joseph Morris is the Lead Analyst for the Center for Digital Government and Education, a California-based national research and advisory firm on information technology policies and practices in state and local government and education. Joseph has been with the Center since 2007 where he has assisted in the Center’s efforts in IT modernization through benchmarking and analysis, the results of which are reflected in a number of reports, surveys and blogs on a range of technology issues.
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