On Demand Webinar: The changing law enforcement landscape: Empowering your team with technology
Digital transformation can empower law enforcement at all levels to be better prepared and improve community outcomes.
New reporting requirements and oversight highlight the need for police departments to modernize. The right technology can help reduce the strain on resources, so department personnel can do their jobs more efficiently and effectively.
Digital transformation can empower law enforcement at all levels to be better prepared and improve community outcomes. Modernization goes beyond just technology and requires experience in applying innovation to the law enforcement environment.
- Why challenges caused by legacy technology, reporting needs, and compliance requirements highlight the need for police departments to modernize.
- How the right technology can help reduce the strain on resources, provide flexibility, and improve security so department personnel can do their jobs more efficiently and effectively as cyber threats continue to increase and evolve.
- How digital transformation empowers law enforcement at all levels to be better prepared and provide for safer and smarter communities.
- Why modernization goes beyond just technology and requires experience and expertise when changing workflows within the public safety enterprise.
MEET OUR SPEAKERS:
Senior Vice President, Safety, Infrastructure & Geospatial division – Hexagon
Bill Campbell is senior vice president for Hexagon's Safety, Infrastructure & Geospatial division, leading the North America region and the global public safety business. He joined Hexagon with more than 20 years of management, sales and marketing experience. Prior to Hexagon, Campbell served as global sales officer and vice president of the technology services business at Capgemini and held executive positions at General Electric Information Services. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Maryland Baltimore County, a master of business administration from The Johns Hopkins University and a master of public service and administration and graduate certificate in homeland security from The Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University.
Director, Public Safety and Justice Strategy – Microsoft
As Director of Public Safety and Justice Strategy at Microsoft, Kirk establishes and drives Microsoft’s strategy to best serve the public safety and justice mission for state and local government in the U.S. In this role, Kirk works with public safety and justice executives, practitioners, and information technology professionals to ensure Microsoft’s technology, services and partner eco-system address the most critical needs of the entire public safety and justice community.