DATAMARK’s FREE Virtual Public Safety Conference

March 18, 2020

If any industry understands the critical nature of keeping business as usual during a crisis, it’s the Public Safety industry.

COVID-19 has compelled us to go beyond typical responses – business as usual has now become business most un-usual. As leaders on the forefront of Public Safety, GIS data and services innovation, we are boldly embracing this opportunity to serve our community.

At DATAMARK, our mission is to foster trusted relationships and to cultivate data integrity for informed decision-making leading to safer communities. Therefore, in light of the recent travel and gathering restrictions brought on by COVID-19, DATAMARK will be hosting our first-ever free Virtual Public Safety Conference from March 30 – April 3, 2020!

We understand how important it is for Public Safety and GIS professionals to continue learning during these tough times. This conference is free to attend and is intended to offer education and support to GIS and Public Safety Professionals whose travel to other conferences, meetings, or events has been cancelled.

DATAMARK has secured several key partners who are actively participating in the conference including RapidSoS, Esri, INdigital, GeoData, Canopy Spatial, and others.  Together we have curated a full week of enriching content designed for Public Safety and GIS audiences of all knowledge levels.

We are also very honored to have Brian Fontes, CEO, NENA as our opening Keynote speaker discussing “Coronavirus’ Impact on the 9-1-1 Profession.”

Please extend this invitation to any of your colleagues or others that you think would enjoy this unique event!

To register, stay informed, and receive links for recordings, please follow the link:

We hope to see you there!

Sessions will cover timely and critical themes including:

  • Public Safety in times of crisis
  • Self-care for Public Safety professionals
  • The impact of GIS in Public Safety
  • Maintaining NG9-1-1 momentum

Who should attend:

  • 9-1-1 Center & PSAP Personnel
  • Local, Regional & State 9-1-1 Coordinators
  • MSAG & ALI Coordinators
  • Public Safety Technologists
  • Elected Officials
  • Addressing Authorities
  • GIS Managers & GIS Data Stewards
  • Anyone who may benefit from a discussion regarding 9-1-1, GIS and their roles in NextGen 9‑1‑1

By: Stephanie McCowat

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