Fighting Crime in Real-Time: Modern Citizen Engagement with Atlas One

Wednesday May 10th at 1:00 PM EDT 10:00 AM PDT

Join us on May 10th at 1:00 pm EDT to learn how Atlas One is revolutionizing the way police departments engage with citizens in the fight against crime.

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Our speakers include Major Casey Clark from the Little Rock Police Department, Lt. Kevin Pietrus from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, and Lt. Brien Turner from the Jackson Police Department. They will share their experiences using Atlas One and how it has impacted their communities.

Atlas One is a cutting-edge software platform that enables police departments to engage with citizens in real-time. With Atlas One, citizens can report crimes, provide tips, and share information with law enforcement officers from any digital channel. This real-time engagement empowers citizens to take an active role in keeping their communities safe and helps police departments solve crimes faster, while saving significant resources.

During the webinar, our speakers will discuss how they have used Atlas One to connect with their communities, gather intelligence, and solve crimes. They will also share best practices and lessons learned from their experiences implementing the platform.

Whether you are a law enforcement officer or a concerned citizen, this webinar is an opportunity to learn more about how technology is changing the way we fight crime. Don't miss out on this chance to hear from experts in the field and discover how you can use Atlas One to make a difference in your community. Register now to secure your spot!

Speaker Bios:

Major Casey P. Clark is a 27-year veteran of the Little Rock Police Department and currently serves as the Division Commander of the 21st Century Community Policing Division. He has been instrumental in developing and implementing numerous community outreach programs and technologies over the past three years and is the originator of the groundbreaking Atlas One application, enabling residents to access real-time crime information and all the department's online services.

Lt. Brien Turner started his Law Enforcement career in July 1998, with the Jackson Police Department. He worked patrol for 10 years until May 2007, when he was assigned the duties of deploying computer and camera systems into the patrol fleet. For the last 16 years, he has overseen many new technology projects for the Jackson Police Department. From License Plate Readers, Shotspotter, RMS/CAD implementation, Body Worn Cameras, among many more. The latest implementation being Atlas One.

Kevin Pietrus is a Lieutenant with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (CMPD) in Charlotte, North Carolina. Currently assigned to the Public Affairs Division, he is part of a team that is responsible for public relations, media relations, and branding/marketing. Kevin is a 15-year law enforcement officer.

Jamieson Johnson is a Senior Vice President at Atlas One, the leading digital communications platform for Public Safety. Jamieson has been designing, developing, and implementing modern citizen engagement technology for law enforcement and public safety agencies for over a decade and has been instrumental in helping the leading public safety agencies across North America embrace 21st century policing strategies.

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