CentralSquare Technologies is a platinum sponsor of the IACP 2020 Virtual Training Event and Expo
Public safety agencies are being inundated with more data than ever before, thanks to public health alerts, additional reporting requirements, and more. While increased data-sharing between neighboring agencies helps keep their communities safe and officers more situationally aware about different incidents, the increased data can very quickly turn into dangerous data overload if not collected and sorted efficiently.
Data sharing and collaboration between public safety agencies is important for fast, effective emergency response. Agencies that maximize their public safety software can collect and report on information their agency needs to keep track of, whether it's new policing standards, a CALEA accreditation, a health assessment interview, a COVID-19 warning, or just information critical to their own unique needs. By customizing modules in CentralSquare Suite Pro, more of the work is done for you, so officers and agency personnel can have more time for other responsibilities.
In CentralSquare’s session at the IACP 2020 Virtual Training Event and Expo, Rhonda Fairbanks with the Pennington County Sheriff’s Office, South Dakota, shares how her agency avoids the pitfalls of data overload by leveraging data effectively and efficiently with the help of CentralSquare Technologies. CentralSquare product experts Perri McPhee, Corey Blauwet, and Kristen Honey explore how agencies can balance their informational needs with streamlining critical information.
This session will take place on Wednesday, October 21, 3 p.m. – 4p.m. Eastern Time. Be sure to check the agenda for details and add this session to your calendar.