As the world around us continues to evolve, it is imperative for law enforcement to work more effectively both internally and with external partners. Doing so with the help of enabling technology will assist law enforcement in outpacing criminals so they can better maintain a connection to the communities they serve.
Enabling technology helps police better connect in the complex environment in which they work by increasing transparency, collaboration and efficiency. By turning data into actionable intelligence, police are better supported to enable interventions and relationships that protect the public. This includes the identification of pioneering ideas, leveraging community partners, and integrating technology as methods to achieve better community engagement.
PSN’s Virtual Future Policing Event will provide you with practical strategies and actions for engaging the community, preventing crime before it happens and navigating complex systems with the help of technological advancements.
Identify how technology can support crime mitigation and response
Establish how to best protect the public from current and future threats
Better leverage partnerships across local, provincial and national levels for effective results
Facilitating critical connections within communities
Mark P. Smith
Los Angeles Police Commission
Edmonton Police Service
Evan J. Bray
Regina Police Service
Toronto Police Service
North Bay Police Service
Dr. Jo-Ann Savoie
Hamilton Police Service
Red Deer RCMP
Safetracks GPS Canada
Canadian Association of Police Governance (CAPG) and Edmonton Police Commission