36 -20th Avenue NW -
Birmingham, AL 35215
This is a message for public safety
Everyone knows that 1776 was a turning point in the history
of our nation. Simply stated, the time was at hand when
change was required. Our forefathers recognized the need
for change and made it. The old ways had failed.
Something new was required. We are facing a similar need
for improved community safety today. That is why we have
developed Project 1776.
Three things have failed us - Centralized
dispatching (911), Communications Interoperability, and Common
sense technology. Millions and millions, and millions
of dollars have been spent on improving emergency response time
by first responders, yet fire departments of over 100 years ago
arrived on the scene faster than today. Typical police response
time is ten minutes or more while the average time for criminal
act completion is less than four minutes! Interoperability today
is not as good as it was in the 60's! For additional
information, see info4u.us/Interoperability-article.pdf.
So, what DO we need? First, we need a
faster way of getting assistance in locations at risk by Disruptive
People. We can do this by providing affordable solutions
utilizing interoperable technology that doesn't create
delays between those that need help and those who can
provide help. We have prepared a short little video to help
better understand the problem at youtube.com/watch?v=DpAb1KdD2qE.
Additionally, we need to identify those with the
greatest need for improved safety. Those most in need of better
safety, RIGHT NOW are our schools,
closely following by churches,
and community facilities
serving the public. See info4u.us/1776Plan.pdf
for more information.
This is an invitation for you to
work with us in helping make your community a better place to
live, work, and play. The cost of entry is minimal, VERY
minimal! For additional information, without obligation,
just give me a call at 205.854.2611 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
At your Service!
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This page was last updated on 06/08/2018