The Ocean County Prosecutor's Office enlisted the help of actor Gaten Matarazzo for two new episodes in the department's "Right Turns" public safety series. The 15-year-old Little Egg Harbor native will appear in videos that address distracted driving and how to interact with police during traffic stops.
Welcome to techUK's future of public safety services campaign week! With the recent launch of the National Digital, Data and Technology Strategy 2020-2030 for policing earlier this year, this timely campaign week will provide an opportunity for our members and stakeholders to share their visions for the future of public safety services in the UK, and how tech trends and solutions will help us get there. The aim is to launch the techUK community vision of what the future of public safety services looks like, work through key aspects of reaching it, and deliver actions and asks that will help to shape techUK's activities for the rest of the programme year. The week will explore everything from the technologies making the vision a reality; to collaboration; to equipping the public safety workforce with the necessary digital skills. Public Safety Services of the Future – what will they look like?
Army veteran Reid Crosby participated in the training with the hope of forming a safety and security committee at Harrold Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Hempfield. He would like his church to take beginning steps of forming a medical team and a security team authorized to use non-lethal measures.