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Avoiding the Pitfalls of 911 Quality Assurance Quality Assurance is a powerful tool if properly implemented and consistently applied. Learn a lot about this important topic from a PSAP Manager who has been using QA successfully for many years. Special, 43 minutes.
Campus Emergency Notification Considerations What if you could ask a campus notification expert to clearly lay out what you should consider in implementing a new system or checking the effectiveness of an existing one? Here's your chance. Special, 31 minutes.
Campus Emergency Notification: Clery Act and Beyond Campus emergency notification includes Clery Act crimes as well as other hazards. Gain insights into campus emergency notification policies and best practices from three individuals responsible for emergency notification at their institutions. Special, 30 minutes.
Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards Overview for Law Enforcement There are many peculiarities of chemical facility security that LEAs must understand to be able protect their citizens from the results of a successful terrorist attack. This program provides an overview in laymans terms. Special, 36 minutes.
Clery Act Timely Warning: Law, Policy and Implementation An unambiguous look at the current status of timely warning as defined in the Clery Act and clarified by the Department of Education. Program includes implementation issues and impact on adjacent agencies of shootings, rape, theft and other crime. Special, 30 minutes.
Cooperation: Can you do MORE with LESS in your Public Safety Agency? Cooperation is the strategy of the day for everything from grant seeking to training exercises and homeland security drills, but is it really worth the bother? Listen in and find out. Special, 30 minutes.
Cyber Table Top Exercises Overview: SCHOOL, PUBLIC, INFRASTRUCTURE An online tutorial on building and running your own cyber-focused table top exercises. Three exercises are described by emergency management personnel and consulants. Special, 60 minutes.
Domestic Violence 911 Call Handling Follow two DV calls from start to finish. Is the bad one so bad? And is the good one really all that good? Show features social workers representing victims, 911 supervisor and training officer and two police officers who handled the actual calls. Special, 90 minutes.
Drive Thru Vaccinations for a Pandemic You can do banking, eat a meal and pick up finished photos from your car, why not get shots to avoid a pandemic? See how it has been done in a trial program in Sandwich, Massachusetts. Special, 60 minutes.
Emergency Mass Notification: Big Picture How do you alert the most number of people in the shortest period of time? This first show in the series covers everything from knocking on doors to sophisticated cell phone alert systems. Also includes best practices and management overview. Series, 58 minutes.
Emergency Mass Notification: Sirens / Tsunami Warning System Planning, engineering and implementation considerations for tone and voice warning sirens with a real case study of a mixed tone/voice tsunami warning system with satellite comm links. Presents community need and technical aspects of the story. Series, 34 minutes.
Fit to Serve - Obesity and Other Health Issues for Law Enforcement And Public Safety Law enforcement and public safety personnel must be healthy and in top condition. This program describes workplace wellness programs with an emphasis on the special needs of law enforcement, public safety and emergency responders.. Special, 42 minutes.
High Energy Weapons Risk to Law Enforcement Cyber Infrastructure High energy radio frequency and electromagnetic pulses from manmade and natural sources can destroy electronics and data. This program covers risk sources, forensics and mitigation. Special, 46 minutes.
Interrogation: Detecting Evasion, Deception and Lies The ability to detect deception can mean the difference between solving and not solving the crime. And, it is a skill that can be learned. Learn some of the basics in a half hour or so. Special, 46 minutes.
Officer Safety on Domestic Violence Calls DV calls are among the most dangerous. Ambushes of responding officers and Suicide By Cop are on the rise. A globally recognized psychologist specializing in domestic violence shares the stage with 911 and law enforcement. Special, 72 minutes.
Overcoming Negativity in the 9-1-1 Comm Center Part 1: Defining Negativity Negativity comes from stress, difficult working conditions, low wages, poor communication, gossip, child-like behavior and other sources. Can it be reduced or eliminated? Professional Pride trainer Sue Pivetta shares her thoughts on this LEAPS.TV program. Special, 34 minutes.
Public Safety "Lessons Learned": Squeezing the Most Value from Experience Using the two terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center as a case study this program describes how any agency can capture and use lessons learned to improve their operations. Special, 37 minutes.
Public Safety Staffing Success in Tough Economic Times Program describes a structured method for determining staff needs and showing impact of layoffs or furloughs. Important for managers, HR and command staff. Special, 60 minutes.
Public Vaccination Clinics: Driving Up Participation with Incentives Law enforcement and public safety duties are increasingly overlapping with public health. This program explains how to increase voluntary vaccination clinic participation by coupling shots with other enticing activities. Special, 34 minutes.
Responder Preparedness: Bottled Water Bottled water is the emergency responders' preferred source for personal hydration. This 30 minute program will explain why and discuss logistical, technical and personal issues for responders including EMS, EMT, law enforcement and 911. Series, 34 minutes.
Responder Preparedness: Issues, Policies and Preparations A broad look at responder preparedness from the perspectives of 911, the American Red Cross, CERT and the USPHS Medical Reserve Corps. Physical and mental health and safety are covered as are supplies and equipment. Series, 60 minutes.
Responder Preparedness: Psychological First Aid Emergency response takes its physical and mental toll on responders. This program focuses on psychological first aid (PFA) during and after deployment. Series, 48 minutes.
Security on Campus An in-depth review of current legal and regulatory issues dealing with the rights of victims of campus violence and overview of student-awareness campaigns. Important for campus and neighboring community PDs. Special, 47 minutes.
Ten Steps to Grant Funding Success Are there Ten Steps to Grant Funding Success? You may know eleven or you may only know six, but in any case tune in to find out this presenter's Ten Best and how you can use them to increase your success in grant funding. Special, 60 minutes.
TERT: Telecommunicator Emergency Response Taskforce Overview TERT is a nationally recognized program to provide telecommunicator mutual aid response in the aftermath of disasters. This LEAPS.TV program tells the TERT story from the PSAP perspective. Special, 38 minutes.
VoIP and Public Safety Around the World Overview of legal, regulatory and some technical issues related to VoIP and emergency calling in the US, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, UK, Japan and other countries. Mini-series, 60 minutes.
VoIP for Call Takers Part 1: How Traditional Voice Works Technical overview of how traditional voice communications works. This is important knowledge for call takers as well as preparation for Parts 2, 3 and 4 of the miniseries. Mini-series, 60 minutes.
VoIP for Call Takers Part 2: How VoIP Works Technical overview of how Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) works. This is important knowledge for call takers and prepares them for Parts 3 and 4 in the series. Mini-series, 60 minutes.
VoIP for Call Takers Part 3: VoIP and Emergency Calling Internals of how VoIP handles emergency calls. This is critical knowledge for call takers as VoIP becomes more prevalent. Mini-series, 60 minutes.
VoIP for Call Takers Part 4: Advanced Topics Important details call takers, supervisors and others need to know to fully understand call taking of VoIP-originated emergency calls. Parts 1-3 recommended as prerequisites. Mini-series, 60 minutes.
[CIS ILE] Before and After 287(g) How does 287(g) impact a community? This program shows crime stats, procedures and law enforcement effectiveness in Frederick County, MD before and since implementation of 287(g). Series, 30 minutes.
[CIS ILE] Identity Documents What ID documents must a legal visitor have in their possession? What about a US Citizen? Which documents are valid? Which are forgeries? How can a patrol or jail officer know? This 30 minute quick intro will provide some guidance. Series, 30 minutes.
[CIS ILE] Immigration Policy for State & Local Law Enforcement Not just the "big picture" but the "full picture" of immigration law enforcement policy from the state and local perspective: Community Shield, 287(g). Rapid REPAT, Secure Communities and more in just one hour. Series, 61 minutes.
[CIS ILE] LE Authority to Verify Immigration Status State Trooper makes routine traffic stop. Identifies 14 subjects as illegal aliens. ICE deports all 14. ACLU claims "RACIAL PROFILING". US Court of Appeals finds in favor of Trooper. This program discusses the details and ramifications of the Estrada case Series, 37 minutes.
[CIS ILE] Local Enforcement of Federal Immigration Law and Section 287(g) Section 287(g) of the Immigration and Naturalization Act (INA) allows local law enforcement to enforce Federal immigration law. Take a look into three successful programs and learn how they got that way. Special, 51 minutes.
[CIS ILE] The Traffic Stop: An NLETS Primer Increasingly traffic stops are exposing law enforcement officers to criminals who are not US citizens. This program takes a look at what seems like a pretty average stop - but isn't - and at the information resources available to LEOs on such stops. Series, 36 minutes.
[DHS Briefing] National Emergency Communications Plan (NECP) Overview & Status NECP's goal is emergency response communications interoperability. What is the current status and what lies ahead? Briefing, 30 minutes.