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Originally Aired 3/30/22
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This webinar is exclusively developed for Arizona Sheriff’s Departments and the Schools Districts they serve.
Time and communication are critical when responding to an emergency. With hundreds, sometimes thousands, of staff and students’ lives at risk, schools must be equipped with emergency communications solutions that allow them reliable, expedient direct access to public safety and first responders.
Join us as our panel of experts: former Dallas ISD Chief of Police Craig Miller, NASCPC President Chief Frank Kitzerow, Raptor Chief Sales Officer Curtis Ryan and Mutualink Chief Experience Officer Chrissie Coon address this essential aspect of emergency preparedness and response. Discussion will include information relevant specific to Arizona Sheriff’s Departments and Schools.
Chief Miller has spent more than 37 years protecting the citizens and students of Dallas. His expertise in emergency preparedness and response comes with both law enforcement and academic perspectives. From 2011 to 2019, Chief Miller served as Chief of Police for Dallas ISD, the 14th largest U.S. public school system with 159,000 students and 20,000 employees. Prior to that, his career began in 1982 with the Dallas Police Department, the 8th largest in the U.S. He progressed to Deputy Chief with assignments including overseeing all criminal investigations, the CSI function, Homicide Commander, and head of Special Investigations Unit (SIU). He has worked in narcotics, vice, traffic, bomb squad, computer crime analysis, SWAT, mounted patrol, canine, and Special Operations.
Chief Kitzerow is a nationally recognized expert in school safety and serves as the President of the NASCPC. He has over 40 years of experience in law enforcement, including eighteen years as a police chief in both traditional and school-based policing. Chief Kitzerow most recently served as the Chief of Police and School Safety Specialist for the 10th largest school district in the United States in Palm Beach County, Florida. Chief Kitzerow is a Past President of the Florida Police Chiefs Association, Past President for the Palm Beach County Association of Chiefs of Police, Former Chairman of the FDLE Region XII Criminal Justice Academy Advisory Board, and Past Chairman for the Palm Beach County Law Enforcement Planning Council.
Chrissie Coon has over 20 years of public safety and technology industry experience. As a 15-year veteran of the North Las Vegas Police Department, Chrissie’s experience allows her to bridge the technology gap for public safety and support the development and implementation of innovative technology solutions supporting first responder missions. Chrissie was recently recognized as one of the Top 50 Women Leaders in SaaS of 2021 and Top Public Sector Leaders to Watch in 2021.
Curtis possesses over 25 years of leadership experience with cutting-edge software companies providing solutions for education and business. He has been an executive leader with Raptor since 2020, where his team works with over 50,000 K-12 schools in the US and the UK to provide comprehensive school safety capabilities in emergency management, visitor management, volunteer management, and child safeguarding. Curtis is a graduate of the Hankamer School of Business at Baylor University and earned his MBA in Information Technology at Texas A&M University.