EnforceNet is the App for Crisis Events.
The App for Crisis Events
A vision for public safety in post-9/11 America was that first responders would have access to available and reliable communication, and that information sharing would be seamless and real-time. The country has improved! 2012 brought the creation of the First Responder Network Authority and then the actual launch of #FirstNet which has rapidly grown into a robust communications network dedicated to first responders. But information-sharing still lacks. Information from national databases, such as #NCIC can deliver Criminal Justice Information (CJI) in seconds, and most local jurisdictions have real-time in-vehicle access to their departments Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) and Records Management (RMS) databases. While this data access is important for safer communities and safer officers, it lacks a methodology to share information among neighboring departments and public safety types during crisis mutual aid events when these life-saving professionals are away from patrol cars, fire trucks, and ambulances.
#EnforceNet, built by #DigitalBlueSoftware, unifies people and data using smartphones. Communication is available and reliable with devices provisioned for FirstNet, and data is encrypted and secure in compliance with the standards set by the Criminal Justice Information Service (CJIS) for technologies that can communicate CJI.
Multi-Vehicle accidents, chemical spills, terror attacks, and natural disasters are all events that can highlight the value of EnforceNet. From the moment an Incident Commander takes charge, EnforceNet can help. Since EnforceNet users have to be authenticated by their department in order to gain access to the app, the Commander can use EnforceNet to verify that someone who comes on scene to help really is who they say they are. And when someone is on scene to help, they need to understand what has happened and what is in process so that they can be most efficient in what they are assigned to do. In this case, the Incident Commander can use the Instant Message (IM) tool in EnforceNet to send that person a link to briefing documents so that the user can quickly get up to speed. As things change, each user can update their Unit Status and Duty Status in EnforceNet. These updates become visible not only to the Incident Commander but to all users of the app. When specialized resources are needed, such as SWAT or HAZMAT, the Incident Commander can use Search in EnforceNet not only to find a list of those resources, but also to see their status, location, and distance from his or her location. Once located, the Incident Commander can communicate with them right in the app by using IM, telephone, or by placing a video call.
Other use cases can be cited with features including image sharing, live video, and getting directions to the location of a first responder in distress. And, since the best response to these events begins with advance preparation, the time to get EnforceNet is now because it is the app for crisis events.
EnforceNet is a complete safety and communication solution with real-time alerts, live maps, IM channels, video calling, and live video streaming to share critical information now. Plus, share information securely with members of other agencies in your area.
EnforceNet is just a download away from helping you modernize incident notification and situational awareness, starting at only $8 per month.
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