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Wireless surveillance seminars for public safety

Firetide : 17 October, 2007  (New Product)
Firetide and its partners are holding a series of US seminars to enlighten public safety organisations to the power of wireless video surveillance.
To respond to escalating demand for information on using wireless video surveillance for Homeland Security and public safety initiatives, Anixter, Firetide, and OnSSI are hosting a four-city seminar series to provide the "roadmap for success" to public safety agencies. The seminars will deliver insights into policy, technology, funding and deployment issues facing law enforcement when implementing a wireless surveillance network.

The 5-hour seminars will take place at Washington DC, Chicago, Denver and Los Angeles.

Using real-world examples based on Phoenix and Chicago's deployments, participants will get an understanding of how law enforcement agencies are currently using wireless technology to:.

* Minimize incident response times.
* Improve communications with first responders.
* Increase department capabilities without adding more officers.
* Optimise the decision-making process -- especially in situations when rapid access to information may mean the difference between life and death.

Attendees will also receive answers to other key issues, including:.

* Ways to secure funding for video surveillance.
* Steps to ensure successful network deployment and management.
* Keys to reconcile video surveillance and civil liberty issues.


Speakers will include:.

Chris Jensen, a Drug Enforcement Bureau detective of the Phoenix Police Department.

Chris Jensen has over 23 years of law enforcement experience. After working undercover, he moved to major conspiracy investigations, most notably the Sammy 'The Bull' Gravano case. Chris implemented and now manages the Phoenix video surveillance system, Desert Guardian. This system has been used in numerous investigations, including the Baseline Killer and Random Shooter cases.

Michael Dillon, vice president -- business development, Global Municipal & Public Safety Markets, Firetide

Mike Dillon is an industry and law enforcement veteran. He is the former director of digital communities of IBM Corp., with responsibility for the company's strategies in municipal wireless and public safety sectors. He transitioned to the private sector from a 21-year career in law enforcement including four years as an IT manager and 17 years as a police officer and detective.
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