The role of a 9-1-1 dispatcher is undoubtedly one of the most difficult professions. 9-1-1 operators are a crucial and vital component of any emergency situation. As the first point of contact connecting citizens to law enforcement, fire/rescue and emergency medical services, they are relied on by civilians to remain calm, make quick and sound judgments to each emergency situation; an integral and trusted part of every community.

Evans is proud to sponsor the Denise Amber Lee Foundation.  As they work to fulfill its mission to support and promote public safety through Uniform Training, Standardized Protocols, Defined Measurable Outcomes, and Technological Advances to 9-1-1 with an emphasis on wireless location by way of nationwide training seminars

The Denise Amber Lee Foundation created the first ever 9-1-1 Telecommunicator Training Summit; providing valuable training sessions to better help the public safety industry with classes from some of the industries most desired and recognized speakers. Evans is excited and honored to have its very own, Joanna Pease, Public Safety Vertical Market Manager, participate as one of their speakers. The training summit is being held on November 15 – 17th, 2017 at the Sheraton Charlotte Airport Hotel, in Charlotte, NC.

A proud partner of the Denise Amber Lee Foundation, Evans looks forward to building a strong relationship with an organization that is a trusted voice within the 9-1-1 dispatch community.

To read more about how Evans is changing the way we think about Control Rooms, click the image below to read the whitepaper from Matko. It includes insights on how technology can impact the design and function of modern control room environments. All you need to do is fill out the form on the page, thanks for reading our blog and we look forward to speaking with you soon.

Topics: Public Safety

changing the way we think about control rooms, by Matko Papic