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How the Merced Police Department is Using ESRI Products to Improve Efficiency

  • 27 Oct 2021
  • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
  • Zoom
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This session will demonstrate how the Merced Police Department is using ESRI products to streamline processes and provide data and statistics for easier and instant access to department personnel. By using Survey123, Insights, Dashboards, StoryMaps, and ArcGIS Online, the MPD has a wealth of information available to them that used to require a request to the Crime Analyst and then queries built. The MPD also uses ESRI products to interact with citizens via their department webpage. This session will be partially PowerPoint, but mostly live navigation of the tools deployed to make life easier for MPD personnel and City of Merced Citizens.

Speaker Bio:

Lance Eber has worked at the Merced Police Department since May 2007. He is a department of one person. Lance holds a BA from Chapman University (AKA Brandman). Prior to working at the MPD, he worked for ten years in the early childhood education field. Outside of work, Lance plays softball, coaches boys' varsity high school soccer, referees youth soccer, supports Arsenal and UNC Tar Heels and Baltimore Orioles, cruises in his lowrider, and loves going to swap meets and antique fairs with Patty, his wife. Lance has been married to Patty for 30 years and has a 30 year old son, Joshua, and a 26 year old daughter, Alexandra.

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