ELERTS See Say Helps Locate Persons of Interest

BOLO (be on the lookout) broadcasts engage riders to help locate persons of interest (e.g., missing children, dementia patients, criminal suspects).   See Say has experienced remarkable success with BOLO alerts; riders can effectively increase the probability of locating a person of interest. If there is a suspect that authorities need assistance locating, broadcast an alert…

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ELERTS vs. Mass Notification

Traditional mass notification systems can be useful when the head of an organization already knows what to tell their population of employees.  Employees can receive mass notifications among the stream of emails, robo-calls and text messages they already receive on a daily basis.  For example, Experian reports that 18-24 year olds receive an average of…

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NIMS-Tested by FEMA, ELERTS Communication System is Fully Compliant

FEMA tested ELERTS and rated it compliant with NIMS emergency protocol standards including Emergency Support, Hazards, Preparedness, Communications and Information Management, Resource Management, and Command and Management . According to FEMA, “The  purpose of the NIMS is to provide a common approach for managing incidents. The concepts contained herein provide for a flexible but standardized set…

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REAL-TIME 2-WAY Communication between Dispatcher and Rider

When a rider sees an incident and initiates a report, that report opens real-time two-way communication between rider and dispatcher. The operator can continue to ask questions to obtain additional information or provide further instructions to the rider. Most incident reports will be everyday issues such as vandalism, disruptive behavior, and non-payment, so they will not…

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