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Smart911 is now available to all residents and travelers of Camden County. Create your Safety Profile today! smart911.com

Dec 8, 2016

Smart911 now available in Camden County. Visit Smart911.com to sign up!

Dec 8, 2016

Camden County has joined a free nationwide service that allows gives emergency responders and dispatchers access to vital information in emergency situations. Officials on Wednesday said Smart911 saves critical time, and they are encouraging residents to sign up for it.

Dec 8, 2016

The system, launched Wednesday afternoon, is the first of its kind in New Jersey, according to a county spokesman. Through the Camden County website, residents may now create safety profiles, making health and other information available quickly to dispatchers in the event of an emergency call.

Dec 8, 2016

Residents in one part of South Jersey can now take advantage of a new, enhanced 911 system that could wind up saving their lives — or the lives of loved ones. It’s called smart911. “It’s a new public safety technology that allows individuals, families, businesses, even schools to prepare in advance for an emergency,” said Todd Miller, vice president of public safety at Rave Mobile Safety, the company that developed smart911.

Dec 8, 2016

Camden County emergency dispatchers will be able to tailor their approaches to people in need of aid through a new information service that county officials say is the first of its kind in South Jersey.
Called Smart911, the voluntary registration system allows residents and business owners to provide levels of personal information about their family, pets, vehicles, and the layouts of their buildings to be used by first responders in the event of an emergency.

Dec 8, 2016

Under the system known as Smart 911, residents who sign up for the service can pre-load information on their families, special needs, medication and number of pets in a household. That information will be made available to emergency dispatchers when 911 is called.

Nov 15, 2016

The state is rolling out funding next year to bring a state-of-the-art 911 service to all neighborhoods in Michigan.

“In emergency situations, every minute counts and enhancing 911 services across our state is essential to protecting the lives of Michiganders,” Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley said. “Services like Smart 911 help us advance the tools that our dispatchers can use to help save lives on a daily basis. State funding will help communities across our state take advantage of this program and have extra resources to help save lives in emergencies.”

Smart911 saves lives and improves responder safety by providing additional data and communications tools to 9-1-1 and first responders. The Smart911 platform helps call takers and dispatchers make faster, better decisions, and shorten response times.

To learn more about Smart911, visit: www.ravemobilesafety.com/Smart911

Nov 15, 2016

The state is rolling out funding next year to bring a state-of-the-art 911 service to all neighborhoods in Michigan.

“In emergency situations, every minute counts and enhancing 911 services across our state is essential to protecting the lives of Michiganders,” Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley said. “Services like Smart 911 help us advance the tools that our dispatchers can use to help save lives on a daily basis. State funding will help communities across our state take advantage of this program and have extra resources to help save lives in emergencies.”

Smart911 saves lives and improves responder safety by providing additional data and communications tools to 9-1-1 and first responders. The Smart911 platform helps call takers and dispatchers make faster, better decisions, and shorten response times.

To learn more about Smart911, visit: www.ravemobilesafety.com/Smart911

Nov 15, 2016
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The service is called Smart911, and it’s already been implemented in 32 of the state’s 144 dispatch centers.

“We believe that all citizens across the state deserve access to this technology,” Lt. Gov. Brian Calley said at the Macomb County Communications and Technology Center Monday when announcing the funding. About $2 million has been set aside in the state’s 2017 budget for the technology.

Nov 15, 2016