The 911 industry is rapidly changing, and modern technology is an integral component in 911 telecommunications.
As public safety answering points (PSAPs) and radio communication technology advance, so does the potential for more effective first responding.
Our team of experts frequently work with top 911 agencies and vendors to keep up with changes and bring valuable information back to local entities.
We cater to your unique organizational needs through professional consulting and project management, allowing you to swiftly make the shift into Next Generation 911 (NG911).
Planning for Your Future
Saving a life might happen in the blink of an eye, but effective telecommunications comes with a plan.
A well-oiled facility requires good technology, a great team, and complete preparation; and we help you get there.
Clients trust us to complete thorough needs assessments of PSAP radio systems, equipment, facilities, policies, and procedures to determine exact needs.
We then apply our NG911 expertise, understanding of national emergency response, and years of experience to create a strategic plan that meets your needs, budget, and expectations.
Engineering Your Project from Start to Finish
Your goal is to save lives, and ours is to provide you with the best tools to do so.
We bring everything you need to know to the table and implement the tools and strategies that improve your performance for long-term success.
Whether we are developing a state of the art ESInet for your center, consolidating into regional PSAPs, or designing a new PSAP or radio system, our team of project management professionals guide you through the schedule, engineering, and management of your project in a thorough, cost effective, and timely manner.
Following up on the Success of Your 911 Organization
While the shift into NG911 can be difficult, MCM is here to help every step of the way.
We make sure that all of your new technology is being effectively utilized, your staff is properly trained to use it, and all policy and procedures are soundly in place.
MCM creates customized exercises to test your staff, equipment and polices and procedures.
MCM maintains our relationship with our clients even after project completion to ensure the future safety of your community.
With frequent follow-ups and hands on assistance when needed, MCM boasts experience in giving clients long-term, effective results for their entire organization.
Akron, Ohio Camera Project
MCM Consulting Group, Inc. is currently managing a cooperative effort between The County of Summit, The University of Akron, The City of Akron and The City of Fairlawn to design and implement a public safety network of cameras.
This project will place forty-five cameras on new and existing utility poles within The University of Akron main campus.
All cameras are high resolution with multiple angles and street views designed to be used by law enforcement and public safety for campus security.
Many cameras will also provide license plate reading capability and all cameras will be connected by a fiber optic network to a main server.
The server software will be able to provide highly detailed search criteria that will enable public safety officers and analysts to not only monitor activities, but to quickly investigate and respond crime trends.
Summit County Regional Public Safety Center Project
MCM Consulting Group, Inc. will provide professional consulting, planning, procurement support, and project management services needed to achieve the consolidation of services of the 911 centers and equipment systems for Summit County and all participating communities.
This project is the direct result of a previously completed needs assessment and strategic plan completed by MCM.
MCM will project manage all aspects of the project.
Stark County RMS-JMS
MCM Consulting Group, Inc. will provide professional consulting and project management services for all planning, training, implementation and go live support needed to implement the new records management system and a new jail management system.
Clayton County Public Safety Radio Needs Assessment and Strategic Plan
MCM Consulting Group, Inc. is currently under contract to conduct a comprehensive needs assessment and formulate a strategic plan to develop the next generation emergency and non-emergency voice radio communications network for the public safety agencies in Clayton County, Iowa.
Clayton County’s intent is to create an interoperable, radio communications system solution serving all law enforcement, fire, emergency medical services (EMS), emergency management (EMA) and other key resource agencies within Clayton County.
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