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How to increase situational awareness and faster response times (eBook)

In this eBook, learn how Live911 bridges the gap between a 911 caller and officers in the field with distance-aware real time monitoring


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Every second matters in emergency response.

That's why when a 911 call comes in, Live911 sends it out simultaneously to first responders in the field. Officers hear it as it is happening, much like scanning other radio frequencies.

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They can pre-set a geofence radius, so they only hear the calls near their current location. When a call is urgent, and they are free to assist, officers can see the location of the caller on a map and move in the direction of the incident – giving them a head start and allowing them to develop a response plan while driving to a call.

All the while, first responders are hearing the interactions between the caller and the call taker, including answers to questions, first-hand descriptions, emotional tones and background noise on the scene.

In this eBook, you will learn about three public safety agencies that have deployed Live911 and its impact.

Download the free eBook to:

  • Find out how Polk County (Fla.) Sheriff's Office saved three lives in the first 30 days.
  • Learn more about how Chula Vista (Calif.) Police Department reached its targeted response time goal for the first time in 10 years.
  • Read about how Clovis (Calif.) Police Department is delivering a new level of efficiency with game-changing technology.

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How to increase situational awareness and faster response times (eBook)

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