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Cybersecurity Webinar: Voices from the Field – What Justice and Public Safety officials are doing to stay safe online
Cyber threats are on the rise and are impacting Justice and Public Safety (JPS) agencies daily. For Cybersecurity awareness month, the IJIS Institute is hosting a webinar on Thursday, October 26th from 2 - 3 PM ET to bring “Voices from the Field – What Justice and Public Safety officials are doing to stay safe online.” Panelists for this informative discussion include: Brendan Hooke, Captain, Information Technology Division, Fairfax County Police Department Rob Barclay, IT Security Manager, Alabama Administrative Office of Courts Erin Stroop, Information Security Manager, Montana Department of Corrections Stacey Wright, Director of Cyber Threat Intelligence, CyberWA, Inc. (Moderator) Larry Zorio, Chair, IJIS Cybersecurity Working Group and Chief Information Security Officer, Mark43 (Moderator) Register now to learn how to keep your agency safe from cyber threats
In an era where jurisdictions are navigating staffing shortages and evolving community needs, the importance of developing alternative response methods has never been more evident. As more jurisdictions nationwide are looking to establish community safety programs, they realize that finding the right technology solutions and the right technology partner plays a pivotal role in building these programs.Discover how one jurisdiction faced this challenge and succeeded when you join Government Technology and Mark43 on Friday, September 29 at 11am PT/2pm ET, for an engaging webinar with Albuquerque Community Services (ACS). You’ll hear their insights into developing an alternative response program and why finding the right technology partner was a critical part of ensuring the success of their mission.Key takeaways include:How to find the right technology partners to support your program’s mission The importance of stakeholder alignment to achieve mutual, positive outcomes Best practices fro
Women comprise only 13 percent of sworn law enforcement, eight percent of fire rescue, and 21 percent of emergency medical service (EMS), and the number of leadership positions held by women across these professions hovers in the low single digits. This underrepresentation of women, particularly in policing, stifles public safety’s potential.Moreover, the diversity index from the U.S. Census increased to 61.1 percent in 2020 from 54.9 percent in 2010, meaning American neighborhoods are becoming more diverse. Communities thrive when they can see themselves represented in local policies, practices, and personnel. Public safety agencies should set bold but attainable targets to increase diversity and continue developing workforces that are reflective of the communities they serve.In this round table discussion, we explore the current state of initiatives to increase diversity in the public safety sector through female representation, and the role of data driving that change.We discuss:The
Leaders in public safety need actionable insights to guide strategic initiatives and continue to serve their communities. As we head into the second half of 2023, these six public safety trends are still relevant in guiding U.S. public safety organizations toward success.In this webinar, industry leaders present an interactive session where you’ll learn how to embrace the top trends of 2023 that will become key differentiators for your organization. Download the webinar HERE
Please join us next week for a virtual Mark43 Analytics training event on June 27 at 2pm ET / 11am PT! With Mark43 Software Support Analyst Gabe Brown, we will cover tips and best practices on how to leverage Mark43 Analytics. What you’ll get from the training: You will gain a better understanding of common data analytics terminology You will be able to navigate Mark43 Analytics, understand Explores, and find your data You will learn how to create different data visualizations and filter by data fieldsREGISTER HERE
First responders need to react and respond diligently, no matter where their mission takes them. Obtaining critical incident information and responding accordingly are crucial components in successful emergency response workflows.Agencies need mobile, responsive technology that works where they work. In this webinar, viewers will learn:Best practices for implementing a mobile first strategy The importance of being untethered to the vehicle for enhanced job performance and satisfaction How Mark43 OnScene increases officer safety by providing the right information at the right time Download the recording HERE
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