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GIS Basics for the Public Safety Professional Part 1
Tuesday, May 04, 2021, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EST
Category: Webinars

Two Sessions: April 15 and 20
 

LIVE WEBINARS

GIS Basics for the Public Safety Professional
Parts 1 & 2

 
 
 

The Indiana Geographic Information Office, in conjunction with Indiana NENA and Indiana APCO are hosting two one-hour, virtual education opportunities. 

REGISTER NOW FOR PART 1
M
AY 4
REGISTER NOW FOR PART 2
MAY 18

DATES:

May 4 and

May 18

TIMES:

5/4: 10-11:00 am

5/18: 2-3:00 pm


GIS Basics for the Public Safety Professional Part 1
GIS plays an essential role in 9-1-1 systems, and for the public safety professional, that can be intimidating. NG9-1-1, CAD, mapping, and emergency response routing all rely on GIS data. The goal of the session is to break down GIS for the public safety professional, talk about how GIS is used today and tomorrow, and why it is important to understand and value GIS.

 

GIS Basics for the Public Safety Professional Part 2
GIS isn’t new to the PSAP. Many have been using it to support CAD and 9-1-1 mapping for several years. So, what’s the big deal about GIS for Next Generation 9-1-1? This session will discuss the difference between today’s 9-1-1 and NG9-1-1, the new role of GIS, and why it is important for Public Safety and GIS professionals to work together to build NG9-1-1 GIS.

 

HOPE YOU CAN JOIN US!