Information sharing from 9-1-1 centers
Simpson, Carl P.
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Public safety first responders deal with life and death emergencies, natural disasters, school shootings, trauma created by lone shooters and major events, yet have not enabled members from the private sector, business owners, school administrators, and other public safety stakeholders to participate fully in the mitigation or prevention of these events. At no time in this nation’s history is the public more attuned to the potential threats in the homeland, and simultaneously, willing, wanting, and able to be part of the solution. This thesis outlines proactive case studies that demonstrate the ability to share public-safety sensitive and law enforcement information in a safe, secure, and timely method with those who can help first responders make a difference and keep this country’s communities safer.
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