GeoComm Top 5 Educational On-Demand Resources

We understand your time is limited due to the crucial work your public safety and GIS teams are providing – likely more now than ever. Therefore, for your on-demand viewing, we’ve put together a Public Safety GIS series of our top five most frequently sought after 9-1-1 GIS educational pieces. We hope these resources are helpful for you and your staff as you are the backbone of a successful emergency response system.

Our Public Safety Grade GIS Data checklist is designed to empower public safety and GIS professionals with a reference to assist in addressing data quality, operational, and personnel challenges when you are working to achieve quality GIS data for NG9-1-1.


One of the purposes of working towards quality GIS data and meeting standards is to ultimately achieve consistent and accurate GIS data since is at the core of the NG9-1-1 call routing process. This webinar provides a detailed look at what Public Safety Grade GIS data means to your agency.


Up next in our Top 5 On-Demand Public Safety GIS Educational Resources is our recent webinar focused on Simplifying Your Complex Public Safety Processes. This webinar covered GIS data preparedness activities required for a successful NG9-1-1 GIS program.


If you don’t have time to view the webinar, here’s the key takeaways document link summarizing the webinar:


With GIS and public safety team collaboration, you will be focusing on taking your GIS data to the next level in preparation for Next Generation 9-1-1. Our GIS Data Model Webinar Questions and Answers Document highlights the top questions we received during our recent GIS Data Model webinar which focused on the importance of standardized data and understanding the data model.


If you want a deeper dive into the data model, view the full webinar that provides the overview and details of the GIS Data Model webinar.


Our Teamwork makes the Dream Work article sets a baseline for understanding the importance of GIS in NG9-1-1 and outlines why collaboration between GIS and Public Safety staff is critical.