Verizon announced that its First Responder Advisory Council (VFRAC), comprised of respected public safety leaders, will hold virtual events and meetings beginning in August, available to current and prospective Verizon public safety agency customers. In a press release, Verizon promoted the first event scheduled for August 18, Public Safety in 2020, a virtual town hall panel discussion on public safety service.
The VFRAC is made up of representatives from the public safety community, including former leaders in emergency management, fire, public health, and law enforcement from major metropolitan areas across the U.S. The VFRAC focuses on strategy, product development and public policy initiatives, to ensure solutions are developed to meet the needs of first responders.
“The mission of public safety agencies to serve communities has not changed in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, but everything else about their jobs has been altered in the last six months,” said Andrés Irlando, senior vice president and president, Public Sector and Verizon Connect at Verizon.” He added that it “made perfect sense” to give customers access to the VFRAC members’ “expertise, insights and wealth of experience.”
Click here to register for the Virtual Town Hall and learn more about the members of the VFRAC.
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