[ Bringing best practices & crucial Information to your community]
Research has shown that the citizens’ trust in their law enforcement,
fire, and emergency
medical services increases when they are given access to information.
911 Emerge.N.See can be the
most vital tool in your toolbox for advancing your agency and community
into the 21st
century. All first responder agencies draw their authority from the public they serve, so by making their agency more open
and visible, they can enhance the community’s confidence in the work they do to keep them safe. Using cutting-edge
technology, your citizens can view emergencies, road closures, evacuation routes, and first responder activity in their area
operating in near real time.
What is it?
Information on police,
and EMS incidents is
already out in the public
space through social
media and word of mouth.
is a service that allows active
911 calls to be viewed with
full transparency by citizens in
Using cutting-edge technology, your citizens can view emergencies, road closures, evacuation routes, and first responders in their area operating in near real time. Visual data and professional mapping allow neighboring agencies and first responders in urban and rural areas to get the same lifesaving information on location and type of incident as they occur, bringing all agencies into the 21st century. 911 Emerge.N.See can also organize and display historical alarm data for all of your responding agencies, going back as far as your organization wants to show records via live call counters and access to PDF files.
Near-real Time Incident Mapping
Os On Scene
H At hospital
911 Emerge.N.See tailors the call list and pinpoint map data that YOU want to make
public by getting direct feed call information from your 911 system. 911 Emerge.N.
See only uses YOUR 911 database and privacy settings that the authority having
jurisdiction feels comfortable releasing. Utilizing the highest security programming,
filters are available to adjust the call description information, addresses, and number
of units allowed to be visualized in the public arena. Refresh times are fully
adjustable to delay release of call information to the comfort level of the first
responders in your area.
The emergency status will be designated by a letter that is prominently displayed.
The letters will represent where each responding agent is: OS = On Scene , E= Enroute, R = Reported,T = Transporting, H =At Hospital.
The viewer can hover over the icons to view the details of each unit that has responded to every incident.
Your citizens and leaders may be astounded at the number of incidents your community’s emergency services respond to. Active incident, daily and annual totals can be displayed as a constant to remind them of the hard work that is invested into their safety. These numbers will help you justify budget numbers to the public and requests for additional resources from City and County leaders.
List view shows customizable feeds from your community. Views can be sorted by agency type, agency name/department, incident type, and emergency service responding. The list and the views/sorting can be customized based on your community’s needs.
911 Emerge.N.See tailors the call list and pinpoint map data that YOU want to make public by getting direct feed call information from your 911 system. 911 Emerge•N•See only uses YOUR 911 database and privacy settings that the authority having jurisdiction feels comfortable releasing. Utilizing the highest security programming, filters are available to adjust the call description information, addresses,
911 Emerge .N.See
A native of Miami, Florida, Dominic retired from a career in firefighting after 31 years. A Fire Captain and Paramedic for the Gwinnett County (Georgia) Fire Department, he continues in the field serving his community as a volunteer firefighter for the city of Jefferson, GA. Dominic brings his extensive experience in emergency management to help communities upgrade their 911 websites with our cutting-edge technology. He and his wife Natalie have been married for 25+ years and have three boys who are successful in their chosen vocations.