How to Handle Transitions in Staffing

There comes a time in most people’s lives when it’s time to stop working and retire. Employees who retire have often made a significant impact on the department, and their departure can be a big blow to operations. However, with proper preparation and effective procedure, your department can have a smooth transition in staffing. Here’s[…..]

Bill Arrington joins as a Consultant to MdE, Inc.

Bill was sworn in as a Maryland State Trooper in September 1974 and enjoyed a very noteworthy and remarkable career for more than twenty-eight (28) years. Retiring at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, Bill served in a variety of assignments and his last was Deputy Superintendent, Chief of the Field Operations Bureau. Bill is well[…..]

September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month

Every year, colleges and universities across the United States dedicate the month of September to bring attention to the issues related to safety on college campuses. These safety concerns range from minor things like underage drinking and marijuana use to major things such as stalking, sexual assault, and murder. All of these things happen on[…..]

CJIS Compliance – What does it mean in the software world?

Many public safety professionals perform their duties in the field rather than in an office. Software is key to ensuring both in-office and professionals in the field can record, track, access, and use mission-critical data in real time. However, enabling remote access to this data via mobile devices like laptops, tablets, or smartphones comes with[…..]

What is CJIS?

Public safety and law enforcement agencies require access to a wealth of established data in effectively performing day-to-day operations. Whether a background check needs to be completed or a log of criminal activity needs to be accessed, the Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) databases provide the information that is vital to professionals in the public[…..]

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Why Data is Vital to Decision-Making in the Public Safety Sector

 EMS, fire, and police agencies have a wide range of incoming and outgoing data points to manage. Technology has evolved to provide these agencies with the ability to send, receive, and most importantly act on real-time data. With up-to-the-minute tracking of personnel, equipment, and other data, public safety departments are better equipped to make important[…..]