December 17, 2013

Date: Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Time: 10:00AM PST / 1:00PM EST
Duration: 1 Hour


Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2013
10:00 AM PDT | 1:00 PM EDT
Duration: 60 minutes


Harrison County is located along the beautiful Mississippi Gulf Coast. It has a fruitful fish and shrimping industry, resorts, gaming, and the world's longest man made beach which helps drive tourism. But local law enforcement agencies were frustrated with disparate systems, separate administrative processes and living in a “pen and paper” world.  But how could they bring together radio dispatch, police response, reporting, booking and tracking all in one system?

Join Digital Communities for a live teleconference as we discuss how officials were able to create a user-friendly, customer oriented system with endless possibilities.  At this event we will discuss:
 

  • Best practices for researching, implementing and training government staff on new technology systems that begin with a 9-1-1 call.
  • The best way to adopt public safety applications including computer-aided dispatch (CAD) systems, records management, jail management and access to a national data-sharing network.
  • How the County was able to improve dispatch, officer safety, reduction in jail booking time and track evidence for the District Attorney’s Office.


Moderator: 
Mike Swan
Program Support Analyst
Center for Digital Government

Speakers:
Captain Walter Pitts
Harrison County Sheriff Office

Jean Claude Rizk
Application Sales Manager PSS
Global Business Solutions
AT&T

For questions or to register, contact:
Lauren Anderson
Registration Coordinator
(800)940-6039 ext. 1378
landerson@govtech.com

Sponsored by:
AT&T
 


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