NC4 Releases New Version of Award-Winning Tool, NC4 Street Smart

NC4® is excited to announce the next generation in intelligence-led policing with the latest release of its popular NC4 Street Smart® software. This officer-led crime-fighting communication tool helps law enforcement agencies achieve double-digit crime reductions, improves officer safety, and fosters community trust by helping to create a collaborate partnership between the police and its citizens.

NC4® to Showcase Security Solutions for Retail Industry Professionals at NRF PROTECT 2018

NC4®, a leader in revolutionizing safety and security and an innovator in risk management solutions, is excited to showcase our solutions at NRF Protect at the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center in Dallas, Texas, June 12 - June 13, 2018.

NC4® Partners with Groupdolists to Enhance NC4 Risk Center™ Customer Experience

NC4® Partners with Groupdolists to Enhance NC4 Risk Center™ Customer Experience. Go from, “Oh No” to, “Let’s Go” with integrated solution alerts that mobilize incident response teams in seconds.

Lansing Police Department chooses NC4 Street Smart® as their real-time crime-fighting technology solution

NC4® announces that the Lansing Police Department (LPD) has chosen NC4 Street Smart® to support their community-based, problem- oriented and data-driven policing strategy.

Fort Myers Police Department chooses NC4 Street Smart® to help fight crime

NC4® announced today that the Fort Myers Police Department (FMPD), with a strength of 206 sworn officers, has chosen NC4 Street Smart® to help in their fight against crime. With the installation of Street Smart, the officers of the FMPD will be equipped with the sophisticated technology and critical resources they need to reduce crime and contribute to the safety of the community.

NC4® to Showcase the Confluence of Physical & Cyber Security

NC4® will showcase the convergence of physical and cyber security through a solutions demonstration at the International Security Conference & Exposition in Las Vegas, NV at the Sands Expo Convention Center from April 11 through April 13, 2018. NC4 solutions will be demonstrated by special appointment during the event.

Fulton police sharing new NC4 Street Smart® technology with cities

Marietta Daily Journal
Municipalities throughout Fulton County now have another crime-fighting tool in their arsenal, thanks to Fulton County. The Fulton Police Department, which has used NC4 Street Smart® software in its vehicles’ on-board computers since January, will now allow its municipal jurisdictions to know what is going on in their areas of responsibility quickly, just as Fulton police officers know from a county standpoint, said Fulton Police Maj. Wade Yates.

Assistant Pinellas administrator John Bennett departs for private sector

Tampa Bay Times
Assistant Pinellas County administrator John Bennett left his position Thursday to return to his passion: law enforcement. Bennett, who oversaw emergency management, accepted a position NC4, a California-based firm that provides such services as cyber threat intelligence, emergency management and risk management for law enforcement agencies and Fortune 500 companies.

Intel Center in Flint to Track Intel

ABC 12 News
Police commanders have created the Flint Police Intelligence Operations Center, and will be using NC4 Street Smart for tracking gang members in the City. "People can get on there and see where the last, maybe armed robbery happened or when was the last homicide, and there'll be information that officers at every level can input into the NC4 program. Once it's inputted every officer in the department can see it," explained Lt. Todd Pillsbury.

Facebook activates ‘Safety Check’ feature after lower Manhattan terror attack

NY Daily News Facebook activated its “Safety Check” feature
Tuesday after a gun-wielding motorist mowed down unsuspecting cyclists in a Lower Manhattan bike lane, killing at least eight people.
“Police continue to investigate a shooting and vehicle ramming incident that occurred in the general area of Chambers St. and West St,” the social media site’s “Crisis Response” page for “The Violent Incident in Manhattan, New York,” read Tuesday.

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