Police when and where you need them!

Police when and where you need them!

We determine the best location for your police units, by day, by hour.

An average house can be consumed in as little as 30 minutes!

An average house can be consumed in as little as 30 minutes!

We factor in RR crossings, traffic patterns—even the curvature of the roads–to ensure quickest response time.

Did they make it?

Did they make it?

We show you where to deploy ambulances to save more lives.

Expert Technical Analysis & Recommendations

  • Station/unit location analysis
  • Standards of Cover
  • Strategic Planning
  • Master Plans
  • Deployment analysis
  • Feasibility studies
  • Future planning
  • Accreditation technical analysis support

 

“Having (BeaconGIS) makes my life exponentially easier.” Fire Marshal J. Brad Hall, Spartanburg (SC) Fire Dept. Accreditation Manager

 

BeaconGIS provides expert technical analysis and recommendations to help communities optimize their emergency first-response performance across police, fire, and ambulance services.

For communities lacking funds and/or staff expertise, BeaconGIS provides objective, third-party expertise in technical analysis and planning for local governments and first response agencies. Whether you need comprehensive recommendations or customized services, BeaconGIS can help ease the burden and help restore optimum service levels, efficiently.

BeaconGIS also provides technical expertise to a variety of public safety and emergency management consultants for their project deliverables.

Current Conditions Evaluation

We employ a broad array of technical analysis in assessing the current conditions governing the performance of emergency first response departments. This assessment establishes the “base case” for further analysis and recommendations.

read more

Jurisdictional Risk Assessment

In this phase of analysis, the community rather than the first responder service is examined to identify areas of risk that, when properly addressed, can lead to significantly improved performance. Communities are dynamic and emergency response plans need to be updated continuously in order to adequately meet our citizens’ emergency response needs.

read more

Future Needs Planning

The best conceived plans will remain effective for only so long due to the ever-changing community landscape. In this phase, additional tools are deployed to project the future needs resulting from the natural evolution of a community and the incremental changes that can be activated to maintain performance.

read more