Registration is open for the Conference for Advancing Public Safety (CAPS), hosted by Mission Critical Partners. The complimentary three-day event from June 16-18 will feature a comprehensive set of public safety communications workshops with industry leaders.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (PRWEB) May 28, 2020
Mission Critical Partners (MCP), a network, operations, data and security solutions consulting firm for mission-critical organizations, is pleased to announce that registration for the Conference for Advancing Public Safety (CAPS) is open.
This three-day, virtual conference for public safety leaders features four educational tracks, networking opportunities and a career fair, as well as leadership and telecommunicator workshops.
“Our goal with this conference is to provide leaders with a venue to share ideas and learn from each other,” said Kevin Murray, chairman and chief executive officer. “We’re looking forward to joining with other professionals for three days to continue public safety’s evolution.”
Attendees can develop their own educational path by registering for the full conference, choosing to attend a full topic track or selecting individual sessions based on their interests. Registration for this conference is free of charge. Those interested in attending can learn more, and register to attend, here.
About Mission Critical Partners (MCP)
Mission Critical Partners (MCP) is an independent consulting and IT support services firm that helps clients enhance and evolve their public safety systems and operations through our extensive experience, knowledge and resources. By providing insight and support every step of the way, our clients are able to transform their mission critical operations, maximizing the value of their investments and ensuring optimal performance and success. Additional information and career opportunities are available at http://www.MissionCriticalPartners.com.
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