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What are the most important technology integrations for real-time intelligence operations?

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Imagine a 911 call with a suspect fleeing the scene. Officers in the field cannot be traced. But through video surveillance of the area, a behind-the-scenes eye can follow the pursuer to the next location, and another off-duty officer’s body camera can locate the suspect. Then, the analyst performs a federated query to identify the suspect’s home address and notifies the cops that the suspect is heading to that address. Authorities can quickly communicate the situation to officers, secure suspects, and document video evidence to close cases faster.

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From left to right.Assistant Chiefs Colby Brandt, David Wilson, Jason Hutchens, Ryan Zidor

From left to right.Assistant Chiefs Colby Brandt, David Wilson, Jason Hutchens, Ryan Zidor

Deputy Chief Colby Brant joined the Glendale Police Department in 1997. Prior to his promotion to Deputy Chief, he served as Commander of the Administrative Service, overseeing training, personnel management, grants, budgets, audits, inspections, and the department’s real-time crime center. , planning and research. He has served as Patrol Officer, Property Crime Investigator, Auto Theft Investigator, Patrol Sergeant, Neighborhood Response Sergeant, Patrol Lieutenant, General Investigation Lieutenant, and Gateway His Patrol Commander.

Chief Brandt graduated from the University of Ottawa with a Bachelor of Science in Public Administration and a Master of Science in Homeland Security from CalU. He is a graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy (FBINA), the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) Drug Squad Commander’s Academy, and his AZPOST Arizona His Leadership Program (ALP).

Prior to joining the Glendale Police Department, Chief Blunt served in the United States Marine Corps. He has been married for his 27 years and has two children. son and daughter.

David Wilson

Ventura Police Department Assistant Chief of Police (Retired)

David Wilson’s dedication to serving his community and passion for public safety technology have led him to a police career since 1984 with the Ventura Police Department in California. Wilson was promoted to Assistant Chief of Police in 2013. Wilson said he retired from Ventura PD in 2016.

During his 32-year career, Wilson has served in a wide variety of positions including patrol, field training officer, SWAT, community service, professional standards, special enforcement teams (narcotics/gangsters), and investigative work. He has served as supervisor of patrol, 911 command center, SWAT, and professional standards.

Jason Hutchens

Solution Specialist – Motorola Solutions

Jason began his career as a research fellow at the Hudson Institute and as a partner in the City of Indianapolis using data-driven strategies for law enforcement to combat violent crime. Jason had made a name for himself in the field of public safety, receiving the US Department of Justice’s (USDOJ) National Achievement Award in 2003 for the most innovative use of technology in law enforcement. It was during this time that he set the stage for his forward-thinking career by understanding the interrelationships of policy, technology and process in the criminal justice field.

Ryan Zidder

Solution Architect – Motorola Solutions

As a public safety technician, Ryan specializes in 9-1-1, police, fire, and EMS communications. During his tenure at Motorola Solutions, he has demonstrated his technical experience with intelligence-driven policing software, real-time crime centers, digital evidence management, investigative analysis, and his engagement with the community. Ryan has conducted his sessions over 600 technology focused real-time crime center his solutions.

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