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RapidSOS and TriTech Partner to Enable 9-1-1 Comm Centers to Receive Accurate Smartphone Location

SAN DIEGO, CA (January 17, 2017)—TriTech Software Systems, a leading provider of public safety software, and RapidSOS today announced a partnership and completion of a memorandum of understanding to integrate the TriTech Inform Computer Aided Dispatch platform with the RapidSOS NG911 Clearinghouse. Through this agreement, select TriTech customers will be able to harness location data from the RapidSOS Clearinghouse obtained from smartphone location sensors. RapidSOS will introduce its solution to the TriTech user base at the TriCON annual training conference this February.
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San Francisco Police Department officers receive commendation for lifesaving efforts at shoooting

Two officers with the San Francisco Police Department were honored for their quick action and first aid that saved the life of a 13-year-old shooting victim. The officers stopped the boy's bleeding wth a makeshift tourniquet and secured the scene until rescue workers could take him for emergency surgery. “I am very proud of these officers. Their actions exemplify why we’re known as San Francisco’s Finest,” said Interim Police Chief Toney Chaplin.
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Beyond Lucid Technologies Completes Seamless Response Transfer to TriTech.com Billing

SAN DIEGO, CA (January 10, 2017)—The MEDIVIEW platform by Beyond Lucid Technologies is the first ePCR application to use TriTech.com’s NEMSIS Import web service to automatically push electronic patient care reports to TriTech.com Billing.
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Cincinnati Police officer gives her own GPS device to lost woman driving to Florida

When Cincinnati Police Officer Virginia Villing came across an elderly Indiana woman who was having trouble finding her route on a drive to Florida, the officer gave the woman her own personal GPS unit. The woman mailed the unit back to police headquarters last week. "What made me feel good was that there was a note in there saying that she had made it to Florida, so thank goodness for that because I really was worried about her," Villing said.
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Local officers recognized for saving life

Two officers from the Rensselaer Police Department and Jasper County Sheriff's Office were honored for saving the life of a 16-year-old boy who had stopped breathing. The Indiana officers performed CPR and revived the teen.
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‘Everyone Fell In Love With Him’: Police Recount Finding Baby At Cathedral

St. Paul officers who answered a 9-1-1 call about a newborn baby left at a downtown cathedral were so touched by the infant boy they brought back gifts to the hospital. “In this job you see so much bad in people. Violence, death, and destruction. It’s just nice to have a call like this every once in a while to remind you why you wear the badge,” Sgt. Anderson said.
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Police: Suspect dialed 911 while discussing robbery plans

Police in Danville, Kentucky were able to thwart a robbery being planned, when the suspects accidentally called 9-1-1 while parked outside the restaurant discussing how they would carry out the crime. The dispatcher who listened to the overheard call was able to triangulate the call to the vicinity of a restaurant where the police chief was eating dinner.
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Local police officers deliver ‘healing quilts’ to patients fighting cancer

Colorado officers, including several from the Denver Police Department, delivered hand-made quilts to cancer patients. The project is part of the "Cops Fighting Cancer" program, designed to bring some emotional support to Colorado cancer patients.
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Austin Police Department issues report cards to bring holiday theft awareness

Austin Police Department officers are giving citizens report cards, letting them know what things they can do to lessen their chances of car theft. "We are out here every day pretty much, getting to know the community, getting to know the problems, problem spots they have and doing the best we can to try to bring down statistics a little bit," says an officer with the Texas department.
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First responders ‘bridge the gap’ with annual softball game

An annual softball game with members of the Tampa Police Department, Tampa Fire Rescue, Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office and the FBI, has been helping build community relations for more than 11 years. “It brings the community, the police and fire together to let them know we are people, too,” Lt. Michael Stout with the Tampa Police Department said.
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