It’s a new year, and you might be thinking about increasing your knowledge of the latest trends and technologies in order to help make your law enforcement and first responder operations more efficient and better equipped. Where do you begin? Many start with typing in some keywords in Google and seeing what companies and products appear on the first page of results. You might even see a large “knowledge box” panel on the page that captures some of the information you need to get started… though that pre-populated info many not be helpful at all.
But when it comes to the detection and identification of narcotics, radioactive materials, chemicals, or explosive threats, ensuring that on-site teams are properly equipped requires a strategic approach. What keywords will you type into search to try and find the newest advanced technology and innovative instruments that offer real-time security threat detection and immediate results?
A search engine publication recently discussed how the Google search engine automatically generates the knowledge boxes shown in search results for queries about people, places, and things. According to the article, a knowledge panel will vary from one entity to another, but generally includes summaries of the topic, descriptions, key facts, links to social posts and websites, as well as more specialized information depending on the type of entity being searched. Unfortunately, that box may have been way off the mark for your needs, so you will have to keep searching, and typing in different keywords to get the information you want. The next thing you know is you’ve spent most of your day just trying to find information.
Well, instead of having to type in all the various keywords involved in safety and security threat detection, here’s a “box of knowledge” about the latest technologies involved in routine security monitoring and surveillance to emergency response situations. No need to figure out the right keywords. Just visit our safety and security threat detection web pages, and you’ll find the latest in equipment and technologies — including instruments to help safety and security professionals detect and mitigate hazardous materials, explosives, narcotics operations, and radiological threats to keep the public, and themselves, safe.
Start the year right. Check out our information on advanced technology, planning tools, and instruments available to first responders, firefighters, law enforcement, military, and government agencies to aid in the detection of radioactive materials and the identification of chemicals, narcotics, and explosive threats. You’ll find free ebooks, infographics, process maps, and videos, in addition to many other free resources…. And it’s all in one place.
- ebook: A Practical Guide to Safety and Security Threat Detection Technology
- Infographics: Who Needs Personal Radiation Detection, 10 Reasons TruNarc Strengthens Law Enforcement, and a Radiation Map of the United States
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