On day one, we'll explore cloud technology, reflect on what we've learned from a year when cybersecurity attacks against public-safety and justice agencies soared, and debate how new dispatch strategies can improve outcomes for citizens and law-enforcement officials alike. We will break down the silos of public-safety and justice and present the case for how these two disparate segments can be viewed as a single, interconnected entity.
Panelists will discuss their views of cloud-based solutions and explore how they are being deployed in public-safety agencies. Also discussed will be considerations for public-sector leaders considering cloud technologies and how they might apply to their organizations.
This session will explore four varying models of ESInets and highlight the pros and cons of each; as well as which model might make the most sense for varying types of agencies.
This session addresses the topic of incomplete and inaccurate criminal history records and explores the reasons dispositions often are missing. Innovative approaches for overcoming the missing-disposition gap will be presented and explored.
During this session, public-sector leaders will share strategies and tactics they've employed to improve their cybersecurity posture, as well as what they've learned. Also debated will be cybersecurity insurance and whether it should be leveraged to mitigate an agency's cyberrisk.
In some areas, state-level and regional ESInets are emerging. Integrating these disparate networks to enable data sharing is an important goal. This session will explore the advantages of ESInet interoperability, as well as the obstacles that exist to achieving it and the strategies for overcoming it.
In this live, collaborative session, women in public-safety will collaborate with other like-minded individuals and share their experiences and provide guidance related to navigating and overcoming change and resistance in the workplace.
Court systems' networks and systems increasingly are falling victim to cyberattacks, especially ransomware. This session offers suggestions regarding what agencies should be doing proactively
to guard against cyberthreats.
During this session, we will explore overarching perspectives from some of public safety’s most innovative thinkers regarding how to improve 911 call triage and, by extension, improve response outcomes for citizens and law-enforcement officials.
During this live keynote, Darrin Reilly will discuss his vision regarding how to improve emergency response and justice outcomes, the role data will play in the sector's transformation and the future of Mission Critical Partners.
Corrections and healthcare may seem like two disparate segments of public service. But upon closer scrutiny, these sectors are so intertwined given the disproportionate number of inmates suffering from some level of medical or mental-health conditions. This webinar demonstrates strategies to integrate information from these two sectors.
Current technologies in the law-enforcement sector are evolving, and new technologies are emerging, to enable field personnel to do their jobs more effectively and to keep them safer. This panel discussion will examine such technologies and explore what's required to embrace them.
In this session, the public-safety and justice ecosystems will be presented as a single, interconnected entity, or workflow. We will explore how the information gathered during a 911 call will travel through the entire ecosystem. Presenters will demonstrate how each element will interconnect and interact with other elements throughout the journey.
Justice information-sharing historically was accomplished with interfaces; later, shared databases. More recently, it was accomplished with APIs and other technologies. This session will explore how justice information-sharing is evolving, what it looks like today and where it's going.
Whether you're the mentor or the mentee, workplace mentoring programs are dependant upon successful relationships. During this session, we will discuss how to strengthen your mentorship relationships so that you can get the best out of them.
In this all-day event, you can speak with an MCP Talent Management Specialist and view MCP's current opportunities.