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Friday, July 9, 2021

August 3 | 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. ET
Free for members and worth 1 CDE

Through its RapidSOS Ready Emergency Community, RapidSOS is teaming up with leading public safety partners like NICE to solve challenges. RapidSOS helps emergency services respond faster, but after an incident happens, the focus invariably shifts to understanding what happened and how to do better next time. Without the ability to access data on incident reconstruction, many 9-1-1 centers find enhancing incident performance to be challenging.

In this webinar, NICE and RapidSOS will explain how to empower your 9-1-1 center to:

  • Capture, store and correlate RapidSOS data with other 9-1-1 data sources for comprehensive incident reconstruction
  • Better understand whether your telecommunicators are using RapidSOS data effectively to deliver life-saving services and intelligent response
  • Leverage 9-1-1 performance dashboards for data-driven decision-making and continuous refinement and improvement of emergency response


Sponsored by NICE


If you haven't registered yet for APCO 2021, now is a great time to do it. Save up to $50 if you register before midnight on July 16. See all registration fees and discounts.

All hotel reservations must be received by July 16, 2021, to guarantee availability and conference rates. After this date, reservations may not be available, and the hotels may charge a higher rate. Book your room now.

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Comtech Safety & Security Technologies
Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure

Congratulations to the most recent graduates of the Certified Public-Safety Executive (CPE) Program that concluded with a two-week capstone seminar at APCO headquarters in Daytona Beach, Florida.
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Gain the skills and critical knowledge to be part of a tactical dispatch team providing emergency communications support to incident command at a critical incident. Complete the training in two days with the APCO Virtual Classroom or in three weeks in a time-flexible online course.
Next available training dates: July 15-16  (Virtual Classroom)  or July 21-August 10 (Online) 
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Eventide Inc
Watson Consoles
Industry News
The county will upgrade its 9-1-1 system to improve emergency response times using $711,787 of federal funds from its share of the American Rescue Plan.
The Bemidji Pioneer
Minnesota legislation requires emergency communications centers to instruct public safety telecommunicators on the technique.
The Piscataquis Observer
Elizabeth “Liz” Ryan witnessed the evolution of her profession into a high technology occupation.
Potomac Local News
Prince William County is transitioning to the Next Generation 9-1-1 ESInet. In Manassas, public safety telecommunicators and police access voluntarily-provided citizen mental health information and emergency contact information when responding to emergency calls.
TC Communications
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