10 Ways to Improve Your Public Safety Using GIS
690 Chesterfield Parkway West, Chesterfield, MO 63017
Time: 12:00 am
Location: 690 Chesterfield Parkway West
City of Chesterfield, MO is proud to announce an exciting opportunity for you to attend 2 sessions on leveraging Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for your agency. We would like to invite you to learn more on how GIS can benefit your overall GIS initiatives. Please take a look at the attached fliers for each session and feel free to use the online registration to sign up for one or both of the sessions. These workshops have been grant funded and as such are free to you. Please have each individual that will be attending sign up so we can get an accurate count of each attendee.
Who should attend? Decision makers, stake-holders, (IT Directors, GIS Coordinators, Auditors, 911 Coordinators, Planners, Public works, Public Safety officials etc.)
10 Ways to Improve Your Public Safety Using GIS (Wednesday, August 1, 2012 9am-Noon)
This session was designed to give the Public Safety Administrator and GIS Coordinator 10 ways to maximize the investment in 911 and GIS to produce highly efficient and effective mapping tools that depend on accurate GIS data. Attendees will be given the overall scope of how GIS data is used and developed for use in a 911 public safety mapping application such as crime/incident mapping, dispatch, fires and ems incident mapping, address management, mobile and AVL, and public access tool.