Client Announcements

Marion County MS 911 Looks to Caliber for Enhanced Mapping

We are excited to announce that Marion County MS 911 in Columbia, MS has recently approved for Caliber Public Safety to assist the County with enhancing their mapping data for 911 dispatching services.  Caliber Public Safety’s GIS Services Team assists public safety agencies with creating and providing accurate map data that ultimately reduces response times, … Continued

Coffey County KS 911 Migrates to Caliber CAD NG

When the CAD computer server crashed at Coffey County, the dispatchers resorted to pen and paper.  It would have taken several weeks to order and install a new server and to reconfigure the Global Dispatch software.  Rather than re-installing a legacy system, Coffey County made the decision to implement “CAD NG” to serve the county … Continued

WUSM, St. Louis MO, Adds Additional Licensing

We are excited to announce that on 3/24/17, the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri issued a purchase order to Caliber Public Safety for additional Global RMS licenses and CAD Web. The CAD Web program enables various departments to view the current CAD incidents and responses without having to call dispatch to … Continued

Johnson County Agencies Benefit from New Caliber Software

Johnson County, IA is a county-wide consortium of ten Dispatch, Law, Fire and EMS agencies working together on a shared Caliber software system. Three of these agencies added additional components and/or users to their system in the first quarter of 2017. The new Caliber software includes Mobile, Evidence Tracking, Internal Affairs, Pawn Shop Monitoring, and … Continued

Wheeling WV Fire Improves Reporting Capability

We are excited to announce that the City of Wheeling Fire Department, in Wheeling, WV has added an interface from Caliber’s CAD to EMS Charts, to be hosted by the Ohio County 9-1-1 Center. The interface will allow responders to access call information in a more timely manner to complete their mandated reporting. The majority … Continued