COVID-19 continues to tax finite public safety resources, underscoring the need for efficient and effective information sharing tools. Since it appears as if the pandemic will be challenging us for the foreseeable future, take 60 minutes to explore how four FirstNet-approved apps and services (10-21 Police Phone, Pulsara, Rave PANIC Button, and Allerio) help agencies share critical information and engage with the community during these difficult times. 

When: Thursday, July 16, 2020 | 12:00 pm ET / 10:00 am MT / 11:00 am CT / 9:00 am PT


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Webinar participants will hear from Corey Ricketson, Regional Vice President for Pulsara; Drew Delaney, Director of Business Development for Allerio; Kurt Thomas, Training Lead at CallyoWilliam Homer, MBA, ENP, Sr. Director of Solutions Architecture at Rave Mobile Safety; and Steve Devine, FirstNet Director for FirstNet Strategy and PolicyDivision Chief Martha Ellis, Executive Director for the Public Safety Broadband Technology Association, will moderate. 

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Division Chief Martha Ellis

Corey Ricketson

Drew Delaney

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Kurt Thomas William Homer, MBA, ENP Steve Devine


At the conclusion of the webinar, attendees will understand how FirstNet and the use of approved FirstNet apps are helping agencies more effectively engage with the public during a pandemic. 

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Nathan Williams

Written by Nathan Williams

As Content Marketing Strategist, Nathan brings 15+ years of experience in marketing, business development and strategy, and customer service to the Pulsara team.