S&T’s First Responders Group relies on experienced emergency response and preparedness professionals—the First Responder Resource Group—to guide its research and development efforts. Meet one of the group’s newest members: Jeremy DeMar, public safety emergency communications supervisor at the Rochester (New York) Emergency Communications Department and Monroe County 911 Center.
The DHS S&T FRG relies on experienced emergency response and preparedness professionals to guide its research and development efforts. The First Responder Resource Group (FRRG) fills that role.
New York City Police Department Captain Dan Dooley discusses his work on the Narcotics, VICE, and Gang Squad in South Manhattan along with his take on becoming a member of the First Responder Resource Group (FRRG).
This series highlights an FRRG member, offering a glimpse into their daily responsibilities, as well as their ongoing support of S&T technology development.
First Responder, Jack Hanagriff, has dedicated his life to helping others and solving problems working in the public safety community.
First responders, such as the Cherokee Nation’s Marshal Shannon Buhl, in tribal jurisdictions face many challenges on a daily basis. Marshal Buhl explained what it’s like being a tribal responder in a remote area.
I look for opportunities to make my - and other first responders’ - tasks easier, more efficient and technologically advanced.
The Sheriff of Cass County, North Dakota is a member of the Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate’s First Responder Resource Group (FRRG).
A Maryland firefighter and member of the DHS S&T First Responder Resource Group (FRRG) was integral to the testing and development of the Improved Structure Firefighting Glove.
Meet Soheila Ajabshir, GIS Systems analyst and programmer with the Miami-Dade County Information Technology Department, and member of the DHS S&T First Responder Resource Group.