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Emergency response agencies around the world use drone technology for surveillance, fire fighting, search and rescue, investigation, disaster response and other operational requests. These tools allow public service agents to gather intelligence data that helps save and serve the public. Time is important during emergencies, and drones can be used by first responders quickly and cost-effectively.

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TOP THREE ADVANTAGES

CHALLENGES

Digital disruption presents one of the greatest challenges for public safety agencies, but advances in digital technology have also produced some of the most innovative solutions.

Community Safety Agents must now open up entirely new virtual spaces. The British National Crime Agency says the volume of crime now exceeds physical crime. Digital also increases citizens’ expectations for faster and more tailored services when institutions cut budgets.

Agencies must seek approval for public protection and data-based will be at the center of this effort. If used properly, big data can now be used to help predict and prevent criminals, while integrating digital technology into services that can produce savings and drive value for the community.

SOLUTIONS

We currently live in an age of disruption that affects every aspect of society. Change is being pushed by two main factors: Financing the cost of new technology and considering the various technologies that come together. The pace of technological change is one of many significant challenges that oppose police and public safety.

The concept of ‘connected officers’ continues to be developed. Police officers are always connected to the people and communities they serve, in various ways. They are also connected to their colleagues on the road, in the control room and when carrying out investigative or intelligence activities.

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