For showing what it means to go above and beyond the call of duty, Officer Nieto was named an American Red Cross 2016 Law Enforcement Hero. Hear her story.
APX Personnel Accountability now supported on conventional and trunked radio configurations help monitor the safety of public safety responders.
An incident escalates. With Group Management, you can create ad-hoc groups including smartphones and radios, then communicate using Push To Talk or text messaging. Bring officers together and quickly plan an effective response.
An officer is not responding. See exactly where that officer is, regardless of whether he’s using a radio or smartphone. Responding officers can also view the map on their smartphone and see the location of the incident and their colleagues.
Investigating a break-in, an officer unclips and draws his weapon. Sensors on his holster, together with a heart rate monitor registering increasingly intense activity, makes command immediately aware that an incident has escalated.
Wherever officers use a mobile virtual private network, all data from any device is encrypted and sent through one secure IP tunnel to one secure IP address. Multiple apps are authenticated with a single sign on, saving time and ensuring security.
Fire crews, police and EMS arrive on scene and need to contact senior officers and detectives, but they are all on different teams and carrying different devices. WAVE broadband Push To Talk lets officers on scene collaborate with others not there.