Prioritizing public safety and protecting first responders with modern strategies and technologies
New technologies are revolutionizing the work of first responders across Canada. These advancements are enhancing communication, transparency, and data-driven decision-making. While these new approaches will never replace the human element, they are adding new insights to traditional models.
On September 22nd, discover how leading public safety professionals are leveraging next-generation communication techniques and technology to deliver better outcomes for citizens and improving the protection of first responders when seconds count. Explore how to gain buy-in for new technology, overcome common implementation challenges, and increase collaboration and trust with the community you serve.
Benefits of Attending
A Sneak Peek Of Your Expert Speakers
Provincial Security Advisor/Assistant Deputy Minister, Security and Emergencies Division
New Brunswick Justice and Public Safety
Police Constable, Crime Prevention Officer, 43 Division
Toronto Police Service
Simon Bradley, MA
Team Manager, Canada
Task Force 2
Calgary Emergency Management Agency
Winnipeg Police Board
Director, Respect, Inclusion & Leadership, Office of Professionalism, Respect, Inclusion and Leadership
Ontario Provincial Police
Kenora Fire and Emergency Services
SafeTracks GPS Canada
Exploring the Next-Generation 911 (NG911) Services for Effective Communication to Call Centres and Other Agencies and Improve System Resiliency
- Understanding the NG911’s ability to handle rich data for a faster response and to keep EMS responders safer with improved situational awareness
- Strategies on how 911 centers can communicate with each other and improve overall system resiliency
Partnering with Public Safety Agencies and Collaborating with Community to Increase Acceptance of the Public Safety Technologies
- How can public safety technology play a key role in strengthening public safety?
- How can you overcome legal and ethical issues in public safety technology implementation?
- How does the community feel about crime prevention with these technologies?
- What strategies can be implemented so that the community trusts the process and feels engaged in enhancing the adoption of these
- What are some success stories you would like to share in keeping community safe and secure?
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