Public Safety Webinar Series


Stay on top of trends, technical advancements, and best practices related to GIS in public safety with our free webinars. The Esri Public Safety Webinar Series highlights subjects relevant to your organization's missions, workflows, and operations. 

Upcoming webinars

SAFE AND RESILIENT COMMUNITIES | WEBINAR SERIES

Designing Effective Risk Reduction Strategies with GIS — Webinar 2 of 3

Date: September - November

Time: Various times available.

Location: Online

Cost: Cost: Free

Language: English

Capacity: 1,000 people

Building Safe and Resilient Communities Using Location Intelligence

In today’s modern world, public safety agencies must contend with risks that are more complex, interconnected, and systemic than ever before. From natural, technological, and human-caused threats and hazards, to underlying social inequities, agencies need a better understanding of these risks to build safer, more resilient and sustainable communities.

 

GIS provides public safety agencies with the tools needed to assess systemic risk and community vulnerability, to design effective policies and risk reductions strategies, and to engage with the whole community to document and address root causes that can change future outcomes. These capabilities not only help communities prepare and adapt, but also better respond and recover from significant events.

 

Join Esri Public Safety personnel and global subject matter experts for this three-part educational webinar series to explore how GIS helps you sustain essential functions and deliver critical services that lead to a safer, more resilient community for the future.


WEBINAR 2: Designing effective risk reduction strategies with GIS

Explore how GIS allows you to engage with the community to better understand local needs and design solutions that reduce risk more equitably to build safer, more resilient communities.

 

October 13-14, 2021

 

This webinar is the second in the three-part series, Building Safe and Resilient Communities Using Location Intelligence. Be sure to register for all three.

SAFE AND RESILIENT COMMUNITIES | WEBINAR SERIES

Effectively Communicate Risk to Enhance Resilience Using GIS — Webinar 3 of 3

Date: September - November

Time: Various times available.

Location: Online

Cost: Cost: Free

Language: English

Capacity: 1,000 people

WEBINAR 3: Effectively Communicate Risk to Enhance Resilience Using GIS

Explore how GIS can help you communicate and engage with your community in new ways using maps, visuals, and graphics that provide the necessary context needed to affect future outcomes.

 

November 9-10, 2021

 

This webinar is the third in the three-part series, Building Safe and Resilient Communities Using Location Intelligence. Be sure to register for all three.

On-demand webinars

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

Esri's Emergency Management Operations Solution

Date: July—December 2021

Time: On-Demand

Location: Online

Cost: Cost: Free

Language: English

Capacity: 1,000 people

Maintain shared situational awareness

 

If the last 12 months have shown us anything, it is that preparedness and community resiliency are central to quickly and effectively responding to disasters. Agencies require access to real-time data and a shared situational awareness across divisions and response groups, as well as the ability to maintain timely communication to the public.

 

Esri's emergency management operations solution empowers response teams with real-time field data collection applications and a cloud-based, shareable infrastructure that allows data to be quickly triaged and disseminated to decision-makers.

 

During this webinar, we will review Esri's emergency management operations solution and how your team can leverage the fully integrated system, allowing you, your team, and unlimited partner agencies to maintain shared situational awareness at all points during a response.

CORPORATE SECURITY AND SAFETY

Site Security and Event Management

Date: July—December 2021

Time: On-Demand

Location: Online

Cost: Cost: Free

Language: English

Capacity: 1,000 people

Applying national security principles to a self-contained environment

 

Protecting and securing the critical infrastructure and key assets of any nation are paramount to its safety, security, and economic stability.

 

The objective of this webinar is to apply tried and trusted national security principles to self-contained environments, such as universities, business parks, casinos, sports stadiums, military bases, and large government facilities.

 

We will walk through various workflows, including how to use GIS to analyze historical and real-time incident data, conduct a tactical site survey, and track tactical assets.

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

Real-Time Emergency Management Alerting and Monitoring

Date: July—December 2021

Time: On-Demand

Location: Online

Cost: Cost: Free

Language: English

Capacity: 1,000 people

Connect, analyze, alert, and actuate in real-time

 

Monitoring of real-time Internet of Things (IoT) data, like weather, traffic, and flood sensors, in relation to critical infrastructure or a community's population allows for a better understanding of potential impacts during an incident, quicker alerts and notifications to drive action, and faster deployment of resources when and where they are needed the most. Emergency management organizations have an opportunity to improve their situational awareness and operations by better leveraging IoT data produced by networks and sensors.

 

This webinar will explore the following:

  • Emergency management workflows that leverage real-time data from multiple streaming feeds
  • Steps to easily visualize time-critical data feeds to detect and act quickly on time-sensitive incidents or events
  • ArcGIS Velocity, a cloud-based, real-time analytics platform that helps organizations ingest, visualize, analyze, and act on data in real time 

Past webinars

EMERGENCY AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT

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LAW ENFORCEMENT AND HOMELAND SECURITY

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    What's new in ArcGIS Pro Intelligence 2.8

    Webinar Series | Event 1 of 3

    ArcGIS Pro Intelligence enables analysts to conduct end-to-end intelligence support to many missions.
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    Investigative Support with ArcGIS Pro Intelligence

    Webinar Series | Event 2 of 3

    Investigative support analysts use ArcGIS Pro Intelligence to support investigations and operations.
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    Link Analysis with ArcGIS Pro Intelligence

    Webinar Series | Event 3 of 3

    Get the how-to on visualizing complex relationships in your data to reveal the previously unknown connection.
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    Racial and Identity Profiling Act: Data Collection

    Berkeley Police Department presents how they're using Survey123 to collect and share RIPA data for better transparency and accountability.
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    Introducing Esri's New Fusion Center Solution

    A process-based approach to using GIS for incident fusion, operations, & analysis to support the requirements of any command center.
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    Plan and Manage Special Events with GIS Tools

    Plan and Manage Special Events with GIS Tools

    We'll discuss and demonstrate our new suite of special-event tools and ways you can incorporate them into your next event plan.
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    Introducing ArcGIS for Police Transparency

    Join us as we discuss how your agency can build trust and legitimacy with an easy-to-configure community engagement hub using ArcGIS Online.
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FIRE, RESCUE, AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

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EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS

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    Data Analytics for the PSAP, Command and Control

    Learn how PSAP's use ArcGIS Insights to fuse location analytics with open data science and business intelligence workflows.
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    Creating Next-Gen 3D Readiness in the PSAP

    Migrate your existing 2D data in order to satisfy next generation 911 requirements for 3D visualization, routing, and analysis.
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    COVID-19 Data and Resources for the PSAP

    Understand the COVID-19 pandemic, its relevant data, and how PSAPs might leverage GIS to better understand the challenges they face.
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