This article is bylined by MCP's President and CEO Darrin Reilly. It originally appeared in American City & County.
This article originally appeared in MissionCritical Communications and can be viewed here.
Never has it been more difficult for emergency communications centers (ECCs) to function well.
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
MCP recently completed a project in Charles County, MD on the county's fire and emergency medical services that makes a number of recommendations to help the county reduce emergency response decision-making time and improve operational standards. MCP completed the first comprehensive review of the state of the county's fire and EMS capabilities in 15 years.
MCP's Glenn Bischoff recently contributed an article on the FCC's proposal to create a three-digit number—988—for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. This proposed three-digit number could improve call volumes in the nation's already overburdened 911 centers and help improve emergency response.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (June 25, 2019)—Mission Critical Partners (MCP), a leading public safety consulting and information technology (IT) support services firm, was selected by the 9-1-1 Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (9-1-1 ACOG) to support the development and implementation of a Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) system. Located in Oklahoma City, 9-1-1 ACOG provides vital emergency response services to the surrounding suburban and rural communities.