A Halo Effect Over the Critical Communications Ecosystem
Mission Critical Partners provides its clients with a holistic approach to enhance and evolve critical communications systems and operations across the entire ecosystem. The “MCP Halo Effect” is our comprehensive integrated series of products, services and solutions to dramatically effect collaboration, situational awareness, improving decision-making, and ultimately influence outcomes.
We’re designing and monitoring highly reliable, secure and easy-to-manage integrated public safety networks.
Providing expertise across all areas of the constantly evolving mission critical communications landscape.
Data intelligence has the power to raise situational awareness to levels previously unimaginable.
Whitepaper: Cybersecurity for Public Safety and Justice security Framework
Tactics that the courts can employ to guard against cyber attacks, as well as best practices for mitigating them when they occur.
How Effective Data Integration Simplifies a Complex Ecosystem
A lot can go wrong throughout the justice and public safety ecosystems when information gaps occur. This article explores how to address the inefficiencies of information flow.
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The Time is NOW to Make Cybersecurity a Bigger Priority
Intrusion attacks are increasing, and public-sector organizations need to stay vigilant. A federal funding program can boost their cyber resilience. Join a panel discussion with experts to develop a cybersecurity strategy, covering evolving threats, tools, funding opportunities, and essential planning elements.
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MCP Helps Florida Prepare for Next Generation 911 Systems
In the US, 240 million 911 calls are made annually. ECC telecommunicators must prepare for NG911 to handle the high-stress environment. In Florida, the DMS supports public safety communications through the Division of Telecommunications.
MCP Assessment Helps Pitkin County, Colorado
MCP Assessment supports Pitkin County, Colorado, in addressing challenges faced by their Emergency Communications Center (ECC). The county’s location, including the popular city of Aspen, contributes to a severe staffing shortage in ECCs nationwide
When you work with Mission Critical Partners, you work with the largest, most experienced and knowledgeable team of specialized professionals in the industry. Our expertise spans the entire public-sector and critical communications ecosystem and encompasses all the elements that come along with it. At the end of the day, our success is based on your success and the success of your operations – because your mission matters.
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