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Oracle announces public safety technology suites at IACP 2022

Unified public safety hardware and software suite provides first responders with advanced tools to improve efficiency and real-time situational awareness

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The platform provides a unified hardware and software suite that is designed to remove data silos, eliminate manual busy work and provide first responders with real-time information.

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By Police1 Staff

DALLAS — Oracle has announced Oracle Public Safety Services, a new technology platform for law enforcement and first responders.

The platform provides a unified hardware and software suite that is designed to remove data silos, eliminate manual busy work and provide first responders with real-time information and situational awareness to help them make more objective decisions when every second counts.

The suite includes dispatch command center, law enforcement records and jail management software, as well as body-worn devices and real-time video communication tools.

Oracle’s officer-worn communications and camera systems can activate automatically upon dispatch. Streaming and connectivity capabilities enable agencies to provide video line-of-sight to a team member at a remote location, such as a command center, to give on-scene responders more guidance and support as an event is unfolding. The dispatch, verbal and video data can be automatically pulled into a case report file in real-time.

Built on the performance and scalability of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), the suite is CJIS compliant and enables agencies of all sizes to get up and running quickly to help lower costs and complexity while enhancing security.

Visit Oracle at IACP in booth 2616 and learn more about Oracle Public Safety Services here.

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