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COMMUNICATIONS

External Community Engagement System

Available Today | CAD Integration

Internal Authority & Shakeholder Engagement System

Available Q4 2022

See Say Act is a nonprofit designed to make our environments efficient and safer!

  • Actionable Community Branding

  • Evidenced Based Practices

  • Mass Communication Solutions

Learn how to use this system to inform and be informed. This system is 12 years in the making and designed with the experience of major police departments and the INTERPORTPOLICE. We have coupled the system with our public affairs plan.  Over 30 U.S. cities are using it, and growing. Cost-effective, stand-alone or CAD integration is available. You can be operational in less than a week and use the global user app and your social media channels.

You can view what alerts look like by going to @SeeSayAct on Twitter.

FOR MASS PEOPLE ENVIRONMENTS

Engage in Communication & Collaboration

Join other authorities who have taken the step to broaden communication and collaboration with everyone in their jurisdiction.  One of our highest priorities since the active shooter incident at Los Angeles International Airport, where 23 jurisdictions responded to the scene but could not effectively communicate and led to the airport being self-evacuated and shut down for over 30 hours. Further:

  • 2016, Brussels International airport had a total communication failure, yet social media prevailed, and the police had to use WhatsApp. Rumours prevailed.

  • 2017, Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood International Airport had an active shooter incident and 19 ghost shooting reports that led to casinos, self-evacuation and the airport's closing, bussing everyone offsite, and starting the following day again.

  • Sadly, we could keep going!


Operational | Emergency | Crisis

In conjunction with:

See Say Act, a program that lends itself to a holistic approach.

Let's work together for a safer and collaborative environment

A Prevent – Protect – Prepare strategy provides authoritys’ with operational to crisis requirements.