Our sponsors enhance your IACP 2016 experience. Don’t miss all they have to offer.
Visit AT&T in the exhibit hall to see a live interop demonstration and learn how AT&T is enabling public safety communications from Call to Car to Crisis and discover how Enhanced Push-to-Talk can interoperate with your communications on the AT&T network.
Commercial LTE Networks and Quality of Service for Public Safety
Sunday, October 16; 2:00 PM; Room 6A
Understand the technical capabilities of LTE to deliver priority access, and the commercial priority services available for public safety today.
Innovative Law Enforcement Solutions Powered by a Secure, Intelligence Cloud
Microsoft has a long-term commitment to providing law enforcement agencies with cloud services they can trust and is uniquely equipped to help them become CJIS compliant. Microsoft has a large, and growing, ecosystem of innovative solution providers that are partnering with Microsoft to empower law enforcement agencies to realize the benefits of intelligence-led first response. Many of these solutions will be showcased in the Microsoft patrol car located in booth #2531 as well on the 84” Surface Hub and in sessions held throughout the conference. Find out how to engage with Microsoft and our partners at IACP 2016 by visiting the IACP 2016 Microsoft page.
Make Faster Decisions to Better Serve and Protect
See how agencies like Los Angeles Police Department and Richland Police Department are making faster decisions to better serve and protect their citizens. Microsoft will be offering 50-minute, hands-on sessions in client suite #5939 throughout IACP to showcase how Office 365 can enable law enforcement officers to transform the way they work. Only six spots available per session, so please sign-up today.
Transforming Communities Through Intelligence-Led Policing
Monday, October 17; 1:00 PM; Room 5AB
Gain real-world insights from leaders in Detroit, Los Angeles, and Rochester and see the latest innovations from Microsoft and technology partners.
In-Booth Product Demos
Si500 Body Worn Camera integrates voice communications, real-time video, still images, voice recording and emergency alerting into a sleek, rugged design. Combined with CommandCentral Vault digital evidence management software, you can easily manage and package video and data evidence for greater public transparency and accountability. Learn more.
Virtual Reality Command Center uses a combination of virtual reality and eye-interaction technologies to navigate through video and data feeds from multiple sources to more quickly coordinate incident response and information sharing.
The New Reality Of Situational Awareness: Life in the Real-Time Crime Center
Monday, October 17, 2016; 8:00 AM; Room 6A
Hear from agencies around North America about how they use intelligence-led policing solutions to leverage past crime data, video streams, social media and more to improve situational awareness and help keep their first responders and cities safe.
New Product Launches
World’s first body worn Camera Auto-activation System, Safariland Armor body armor line, including the revolutionary Hardwire® ballistic panels and plates for active shooter kits, and LE5 LITE Body Worn Camera offering low monthly subscription pricing for small budgets.
Technology for Trust Building Education Session
Sunday, October 16; 12:30 PM; Room 5AB
Chief Daniel Linskey, Incident Commander for the Boston Marathon Attacks, and a featured expert resource, will share his behind the scenes perspective utilizing real-time video of the moments leading up to and during the Boston attacks to discuss how law enforcement can utilize today’s technology and software to spot trends, protect officer well-being, and ensure public safety needs are quickly addressed. VIEVU’s VP of Engineering and Technology, Jason Wine, will discuss the need for Body Worn Cameras and introduce the first Camera Auto-activation System.
In-Booth Book Signing
Monday, October 17, 3:00 to 4:00 PM
Chief Linskey, a recognized leadership trainer, will be personalizing Colin Powell’s book “It Worked for Me,” at booth #1039.
Safariland Happy Hour
Monday, October 17, 4:00 to 5:00 PM
Enjoy a complimentary beverage and appetizers, and take home a commemorative Safariland|VIEVU pint glass.
Enter to Win an HP Watch or Xbox. Drawings held on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday.
Demo the latest solutions for public safety software (CAD, RMS, JMS and more) with knowledgeable representatives.
Enter to Win a GoPro camera or play Plinko to win other fabulous prizes.
NFL Sunday Experience in the booth with beer and popcorn during the Expo Networking Event (Sunday, October 16, 3:30 PM).
How Technology Can Fuel Social Change: Mining Domestic Violence Data in High Point, NC
Saturday, October 15; 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM; Room 6A.
Attend TASER CEO Rick Smith’s Presentation
Rick will present on Monday, October 17, from 3:00 -4:00 PM in Room 6A. He’ll explain his vision of the future, where officers spend less time at their desks and more time in the field. Attendees will get fast pass access to the Taser booth.
Take Part in the Booth Experience
You’ll find the future of law enforcement technology at booth #2239 — and you’ll be taking it home with you, too.
See the Technology Firsthand
Taser will also have in-booth demos so you can learn how your TASER Smart Weapons are part of the Axon network of devices and apps. Learn more.
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