From new protocols like Officer Down and Lost Person, to new procedures such as Stuck Accelerator, we’ve enhanced our call handling software to better serve your agency. Take a look with us!
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Let's take a look at Total Response 5.4 together
We’ve optimized our Total Response software to give you more control, tools and information when you’re handling calls where seconds count. Check out some of the improvements including new third party interfaces, enhancements to our CAD narrative and much more.
What's New at PowerPhone: A Look at 2022 and Beyond
Listen to our rundown of 2022, review some of the newest features and upgrades to Total Response, take a a glance at our one-of-a-kind Site Licensed Training portfolio, and learn what’s on the horizon for PowerPhone.
Responding to an Active Shooter Incident
Join us for a conversation with an active shooter expert facilitated by PowerPhone. We talk with Chief Marc Montminy, Chief of Police for the Uxbridge Police Department in Massachusetts, about the tools your agency needs to navigate an active shooter incident.
The Power of Positive QA
Would it surprise you to learn that most employees view Quality Assurance programs as a negative process that only looks for problems and assigns fault? Does this describe your QA process? An effective QA process uses a balance of recognition and acknowledgment to encourage and reinforce good performance and training and guidance to remedy mistakes.
How to Choose a Protocol Vendor
Deciding to deploy a protocol system can seem like a daunting task. Card sets or software? EMD only or multi-service protocols? How will it work with CAD? Learn best practices from others who have successfully navigated the process and discover the keys to making the right choice for your center.
More Than EMD
EMD has become the norm for most agencies. But medical calls account for less than 10% of a typical 911 center’s call volume. Why can’t the same call handling standards be applied to police and fire calls as well? They can, and agencies across the U.S. are doing so already, with impressive results.
Making Protocols Work For You
What if all your call takers were on the same page? From the newest hire to the most seasoned dispatcher, what if each was equipped with the tools to provide actionable information to your callers AND your responders. What if that information was specific to your agency and those you serve? Not only is it possible, but agencies across the U.S. are doing it already.