In the Law Enforcement environment, the vehicle can be utilized for Command and Control as well as Hostage Negotiations and even as a Mobile Precinct. Full Law Enforcement Dispatch capabilities can be installed as well as back-up Systems to the 9-1-1 Center.
Incident Command Center
The Fire Service unit, properly equipped, gives the Incident Commander the visibility and informational flow along with space for ICS Functional Personnel all in one area. A meeting area for functional ICS Officers to share and evaluate information with the IC is necessary.
Mobile Command Centers - Alaskan Command Center
A properly equipped Mobile Command Center is a Response and Recovery Vehicle that facilitates an Agency's ability to expand their Command and Control capabilities to a remote location. Full Interoperable Communications are a standard for the Mobile Command Center.
For the Emergency Management Agency, the vehicle is an extension of the fixed base Emergency Operations Center. The vehicle should be built with long-term deployment in mind but also be easy to operate in order to allow for quick deployment by minimum personnel if necessary. The successful design of a Mobile Command Center will dictate the frequency of use. In other words, the more difficult to move and operate, the fewer deployments.
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