On-demand webinar: Fighting crime in real-time: The RTCC of the future
A deeper dive into the cutting-edge capabilities of RTCCs
Real-time crime centers have become invaluable tools for law enforcement agencies, from providing enhanced situational awareness and generating actionable intelligence to prevent and detect crime to accelerating incident response and supporting investigations.
In this webinar, our panel of experts takes a deeper look at some of the most cutting-edge capabilities of RTCCs, including:
- How cities across the country have implemented the next generation of intelligence centers.
- How advanced RTCCs leverage state-of-the-art AI analytics, surveillance systems and data integration to monitor, detect and respond to criminal activities in real-time.
- How law enforcement can leverage community-centric programs that tie in community-owned security cameras and other assets with law enforcement and city infrastructure.
- How the Fusus platform empowers law enforcement agencies with real-time intelligence, advanced technologies and collaborative capabilities, leading to more effective crime prevention, rapid response and improved public safety outcomes.
Please note that this webinar is only open to current law enforcement officers and executives, and requires an agency email to gain admittance.
WHAT ATTENDEES LIKED FROM THIS PRESENTATION:
"I enjoyed hearing how other agency across the county are utilizing the program and the benefits."
"Great insight on how other departments are utilizing their platforms."
"All was excellent!"
"I liked hearing about the intent of the new technology and what is required to get started."
MEET THE SPEAKERS:
Brett Dove has been with the City of Arlington, Texas for fifteen years. His prior roles with the City include Police Technology Manager, IT Supervisor over Systems Support, and Systems Engineer. Mr. Dove oversees the Administration Bureau that consists of the Technology Division, Records Services Division, Business Resources Division, and executive analysts.
John Watson retired from the West Lafayette, Indiana Police Department as Division Commander. John has more than two decades of experience and leadership in all aspects of the police profession. As a graduate of the two-premier senior executive leadership schools in the Nation, the FBI National Academy, Session 262, and Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command, Session 342, John has been provided a strong foundation of management, leadership, police practice and policy development and implementation experience. Additionally, John has completed an Associates of Science in Law Enforcement from Vincennes University and a Bachelor of Science in Criminology from Indiana State University. John is the Vice President of North American Sales for Fūsus, the most widely used Real-Time Crime Center platform in the United States.
Lieutenant Clifford Hagan is a 27-year veteran with the West Palm Beach Police Department and is the commander of the police departments Strategic Intelligence Center, comprising the real time crime center, crime analysis, and intelligence units. Lt. Hagan has served as the lieutenant for the Criminal Intelligence Division, Homicide and Violent Crimes unit, Patrol Shift Commander, and supervisor of various tactical units. Lt. Hagan began working with technology deployments over 20 years ago when the department transitioned to “paperless” reporting. He was assigned to implement this program and train the department’s officers on using this new records management system and in car dispatch platform.