San Francisco Mayor London Breed has signed legislation to allow the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) to begin installing 400 Automated License Plate Readers (ALPR) to address public safety issues in the city.
The city of Pittsburgh’s Bureau of Police is modernizing how it records and reports crime data and will switch over to using the National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS).
The N.C. Department of Information Technology’s (NCDIT) First Responder Emerging Technologies (FirstTech) program is asking state government entities to apply for assistance to fund expansion of the Public Safety Broadband Network to serve state agency campuses.
The Ohio Department of Public Safety’s Office of Criminal Justice Services (OCJS) opened the third application window for its Ohio Body-Worn Camera Grant Program.
The city of New Orleans is working with Mission Critical Partners (MCP) to overhaul New Orleans’ “critically antiquated” justice technology systems, and that will replace decades-old computer systems with cloud-based technologies.
Nearly two years after the city of New Orleans entered into a contract to upgrade its 911 records management system, the city has canceled the contract citing “serious shortcomings.”
The Kendall County, Ill., Sherriff’s Office is piloting a new tool that will help inform motorists of emergency situations while they’re on the road.
The Lumberton, N.C. Police Department is using a new app to help residents connect with the department to find information, view alerts, and submit anonymous tips from their smartphone.
The city of Baltimore has selected NWN Carousel as its private sector partner for the city’s $6.5 million investment in a next-generation public safety program. NWN Carousel, a cloud communications service provider, will help the city deploy a “911-in-a-Box” hybrid work experience for public safety agents tasked with taking 1.3 million calls per year.