Equature Introduces New Police Technology That Helps First Responder Leadership See Crimes as They Happen

New technology helps increase first responder safety and citizen satisfaction.

Equature - Interactive Public Safety Response

Equature, Inc. (www.equature.com) formally DSS-Corp is an international leader in helping public safety organizations announced today the launch of a new technology called Interactive Policing® at the national Security Police Expo show in Atlantic City. The Interactive Policing® platform allows first responders and their command and control to see crime and emergency events in real-time as they unfold.

Equature’s Interactive Policing® system helps public-safety answering point (PSAPs) organizations see and hear crime as it happens through first responder’s attached (BWC) Body Worn Cameras and vehicle video. Interactive Policing® connects on-scene police officers to command and control and other first responder agencies simultaneously to create a collaborative real-time team process to resolve emergency issues as they develop.

For additional information visit www.equature.com.

About: Equature offers an integrated technology platform that links Next Generation 911 (NG9-1-1) Command and Control Dispatch recorder systems in real-time to mobile video and audio cameras worn in the field by first responders. 

Since 1969, Equature has worked in Interactive Emergency Response with over 1,500 Public-Safety Answering Point (PSAP) and Law Enforcement locations as well as state and federal government agencies like NASA and the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol to help improve their security responses and operational intelligence. 

PR Contact:   Paul DiModica - pdimodica@equature.com - 770-335-2805

Corporate Video: http://www.equature.com/video

Source: Equature


Categories: Computer Software, Public Safety, Police Officers

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