Survey Finds Citizens Want Two-Way Online Interaction with Law Enforcement

A new “safe cities” survey sponsored by Unisys and conducted by research company YouGov queried a total of nearly 4,000 respondents in 10 cities around the world to gauge their attitudes on a wide range of security-related issues. U.S. city dwellers registered a high level of willingness to use online media to help law enforcement agencies combat crime. “This survey shows that people in U.S. cities want two-way interaction with law enforcement agencies,” said Mark Forman, global head, Unisys Public Sector.”

Survey Finds Citizens Want Two-Way Online Interaction with Law Enforcement



Location Intelligence Powers Next Generation Emergency Response

Hurricane Sandy was the most destructive and deadliest storm of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season, and the third costliest in United States history. As a result of this failure, public safety organizations began exploring the purchase of a new broadband infrastructure. Only this time its exclusive purpose would be to facilitate communication during catastrophic events like Hurricane Sandy, when multiple agencies are exchanging critical data and communications.

Location intelligence powers next generation emergency response