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Live911 deployments are benefiting Police Departments and Sheriff’s Offices across America

All 560 deputies in Pinnellas County are using live911 in the field

Sheriff Bob Gualtieri says, “It’s a game changer. Live911 provides cops with the ability to respond much more quickly and hear firsthand from the person who’s calling. We’ve had plenty of situations here where lives have been saved because of it.”

- Bay 9 Spectrum News

4 Orlando area teens arrested in Polk County while committing car burglaries

The quick arrests were made possible due to a witness who saw the suspects in action and reported it immediately and by the use of the Live911 system used by PCSO deputies, which allowed them to hear the actual 911 call as it was happening.

- The Daily Ridge

When officers listen live

One example of how livestreaming 911 calls have changed officer response was during a recent call to report a drowning. The caller was understandably hysterical and could not provide an address. Officers hear the 911 call and could see precisely where the caller was located and responded immediately, before the call was even aired.

- PSC (Public Safety Communications)

Chula Vista Police use drone to help arrest teen in shooting

Officers who were livestreaming incoming 911 calls deployed a drone to the area. Using the camera on the drone, an officer was able to watch the suspect, carrying a handgun, exit a car and walk from the area.

- The San Diego Union-Tribune

Livestreamed 911 calls help Weber deputies save lives

Corporal Jose Leon heard a 911 call coming from a youth basketball game and immediately went to the game site. He heard the emergency being dispatched as he was heading in the front doors. He was on scene before anybody else and provided CPR until the Weber Fire District got there and took over care. The boy was airlifted to a hospital and underwent surgery. “We got word Monday that he was being released to go home to finish his recovery,” Leon said.

- Standard-Examiner

Clovis Police arrest early morning hot prowl burglary suspect

Live911 played an integral part in the response to this call. Officers were able to hear the 911 call as they were responding and knew it was the real deal. When officers arrived, they said they found the suspect on the side of the home attempting to pry a door open using a 10-inch hunting knife.


Clovis Police Department delivers a new level of efficiency with Live911

Livestreaming emergency 911 calls to first responders increases situational awareness and significantly improves response times.

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Polk County Sheriff's Office utilizes Live911's advanced geofencing capabilities

PCSO uses Live911’s polygonal map overlays to configure geofence territories within its 2,010 square mile jurisdiction area.


Mesa Police Department's new Real Time Crime Center deploys Live911

RTCC leverages innovative livestreaming technology to improve operational intelligence and enable officers to respond faster.

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Chula Vista Police Department enhances drone as first responder program with Live911

CVPD leverages Live911 and new drone technology to provide officers with more information to make better-informed decisions.

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