Around 84 percent of first responders have experienced a traumatic incident while on the job. While some lose sleep over it, the health of others may suffer in different ways.
The stress of being the first one on an accident scene and witnessing
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4 in 10 citizens are still not
satisfied with digital services from government. What is your agency doing
The Internet of Things (IoT) has evolved our expectations of
the world around us. From personal assistants in our kitchens…
About one in ten U.S. counties grew in the fiscal year that
ended last June
2018, according to the Wall
That means more people are driving on your roads, paying
taxes and utility bills, using public services and expecting…
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CentralSquare Technologies CEO Simon Angove speaks with the Wall Street Journal on the importance of cutting emergency response time with CAD interoperability, the upcoming rollout of Next Generation 911 and the future of emergency response.
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Facial recognition has the power to permanently impact law enforcement processes, and the potential of this technology is rapidly advancing. In this video, three police chiefs share their perspectives on the potential and limitations of…
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In recent years, there has been a negative shift in public sentiment toward law enforcement—so much so that agencies across the country are facing difficulty meeting hiring needs.
In this video, three police chiefs address the…
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CentralSquare, a leader in public sector software, today announced the launch of the ShareBlueSmiles campaign to raise awareness of positive, compassionate stories about law enforcement going above and beyond to serve citizens across North America.
Governments are running headlong toward big tech.
Gartner research recently revealed that 18 percent of CIOs across all levels of government consider investing in technology and other digital initiatives as the number one priority for 2019.…
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Every second counts for law enforcement officers in unfolding emergency situations. In this video, three police chiefs discuss how interoperability and CAD-to-CAD connectivity can enable first responders to save more lives.
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