MCP in the News: How Much Tech is Too Much?

Technology may be distracting us from our most effective emergency response.

This article originally appeared in Public Safety Communciations' magazine, and can be found here.

Read More

MCP in the News: San Bernardino County to Roll Out Emergency Communication Nurse System

This article originally appeared on the San Bernandino County's Transportation Authority, which can be found here.

Read More

John Chiaramonte Joins PPVAR Board of Directors

Will help guide the organization in its quest to improve the safety and effectiveness of the emergency response community by championing alarm verification prior to notification

Read More

MCP In the News: Coronavirus is a Wake Up Call. Are You Listening?

This article, authored by MCP's Richard Gaston and Glenn Bischoff, originally appeared American City & County on March 30, 2020.

The ancient philosopher Heraclitus once opined that the only constant in life is change. But there is another one that impacts every city and county organization and the officials who manage them—sooner or later a natural or man-made event is going to wreak havoc with your organization’s operations. In some cases those operations will come to a screeching halt—if the organization doesn’t have continuity-of-operations or disaster-recovery plans in place.

Read More

Topics: Industry News, Operations, Public Safety Technology, Company News

Posted on April 7, 2020

MCP in the News: Local Governments, Google Band Together to Fix 311

An article recently posted by Government Technology,  discusses how a group of local governments and search engine giant Google have partnered up to create National 311 Day.

Read More

Topics: Industry News, Public Safety Technology, Company News, Consulting

Posted on March 11, 2020