The Thursday Nov. 12 session of the POLICE Technology Experience will focus on solutions for improving Computer-Aided Dispatch (CAD), Records Management Systems (RMS), and jail management solutions.
Kicking off the event will be a keynote titled "Unifying Technology Trends with Core Public Safety Systems," presented by Russell Gainford, vice president of software strategy and development for Tyler Technologies. The keynote will cover how software advances are supplying officers with enhanced safety features, improved situational awareness, and better data for making decisions.
Following the keynote, there will be a presentation of case studies on the use of CAD, RMS, and jail management tools from agencies using these technologies.
The final event of the day will be roundtable discussions between the audience and representatives from Tyler Technologies.
The Thursday Nov. 12 session will be the third of six in the POLICE Technology Experience.
Previous sessions covered mobile technology and officer efficiency tools. Registered attendees can listen to these sessions at www.policetechnologyexchange.com/experience.
POLICE's free virtual technology classes and law enforcement networking events will continue once per week on select weeks in November and December.
November 18: "Crime Analysis Software and Facial Recognition" will be sponsored by Clearview AI, Crime Center Software, and Uncharted Software.
December 2: "Training, Scheduling, and Policies & Procedures Software" will be sponsored by Envisage, PowerDMS, and Schedule Express.
December 9: "Video Analysis Redaction Surveillance & Storage" will be sponsored by Avigilon and Veritone.
For more information on the free POLICE Technology Experience, go to www.policetechnologyexchange.com/experience
Register now at www.policetechnologyexchange.com/experience/register