Safe Communities is a new initiative that aims to rapidly empower governments with shared situational awareness through geospatial technology. In a Safe Community, people, technology, and processes work together in a coordinated and collaborative way to enhance safety, manage risk, and increase overall engagement through daily operations. Safety and security professionals make the most of existing resources and domain expertise to ensure tactical and strategic success in their missions.
How to Build Safer Communities
Safe Communities is a new initiative that aims to empower government agencies with shared situational aware...
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