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First US Fire Department trials 911eye

Jackson County Fire District No 3 have become the first Fire Department in the US to trial the 911eye service and have already seen the benefits with live use in an incident of an RV fire close to a gas station. The pilot service, launched in partnership with the Oregon Department of Forestry‚Äôs Southwest Oregon […]

Jefferson County 911 Center, OH the first in state to sign up to 911eye

Jefferson County 911 Center has become the first agency in Ohio to sign up to 911eye. The Center takes 911 calls for a number of agencies in the county and will be using 911eye to enhance their dispatch and response including being able to share the live video with the First Responders. In a recent […]

New additions to the 911eye user community

It is a pleasure to welcome two new clients to the 911eye user community following successful trials. New Jersey Transit Police Department and South Brunswick Township Police join our rapidly expanding list of users having trialed the successfully over the last month and seen the benefits that the service can bring to their policing operations. […]

CRG and IPSDI collaborate to bring 911eye to Fire Departments and EMS

We are delighted to announce that our partners, Critical Response Group (CRG), have agreed a collaboration with the International Public Safety Data Institute (IPSDI) to extend the offer for 911eye to Fire Departments and EMS across the United States. To support the launch of the collaboration the team is running a number of virtual events […]

Four more Police Departments sign up for 911eye

Following successful trials as part of our Covid-19 offer over the last month four further Police Departments have formally signed up to adopt our service. We welcome Westwood, Little Falls, Somerset County and Emerson to the expanding network of users across the USA The service will deliver crucial information to dispatch centers, by way of […]

911eye offered at no cost for 30 days to the Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police

We are pleased to announce that 911eye is now available to public safety agencies across VA as part of a strategic partnership with Critical Response Group. In the past two months, 911eye has been used extensively across the country to address a diverse range of incidents, including property damage, domestic violence, lost persons, theft, medical […]

More Police Departments sign up for 911eye

Following successful trials as part of our Covid-19 offer over the last month three further Police Departments have formally signed up to adopt our service and join an expanding network of users across the USA and North America. The service will deliver crucial information to dispatch centers, by way of live video and accurate location […]

Modesto PD becomes the first client in California

We are delighted to welcome Modesto Police Dept to the ever-expanding 911eye client list as the first client from California to deploy the service. As the first West Coast client they join their colleagues on the East Coast in using the service to help triage emergency calls more effectively to promote professional distancing and promote […]

Ocean County Sheriff’s Office to use 911eye to support operations

Ocean County Sheriff’s Office, New Jersey, has become the latest law enforcement agency to adopt the 911eye service to support their public safety operations. Deploying the service in their dispatch center will help their Public Safety Telecommunicators to make decisions on response resourcing and, where applicable, share the live video with responding officers. About Ocean […]

Fairfield PD, New Jersey, is one of the latest to deploy 911eye to support the COVID-19 response

In order to support law enforcement operations during the COVID-19 pandemic nearly 100 Police Departments across the US have deployed the 911eye service. By promoting ‘Professional Distancing’ the service is being used to provide greater situational awareness of calls and allow the dispatch center to assess the response required and provide the responding officers with […]