9-1-1 eProtocols Software Suite
The NECI 9-1-1 eProtocols is a CAD-based public safety protocols software suite that works with your exisitng CAD system. This 9-1-1 Protocol suite is very versatile and can be utilized by any PSAP that is wanting to improve and standardize their 9-1-1 calls. The eProtocols can be utilized for EMS, Fire or Police response calls. All calls begin on the "All Callers" Page. From that point the screens are transitioned to the EMD Protocol page, the Police Protocol page, or Fire Protocol page depending on the response given to the call takers questions. The NECI CAD Protocols© meet the NENA Emergency Call Protocol Standard 56-006.
All Callers Page
Recent Press Release regarding NECI's new Public Safety Protocols
NECI Announces “Revolutionary” New Public Safety Protocols“
Current NECI CAD Protocols© users say that NECI's CAD Protocols are "much easier to use and much
less expensive than the other computerized Public Safety Protocol software offered today .”
Many 9-1-1 agencies have spent thousands of valuable dollars for a procedural and systematic approach to ensuring calls for medical, fire, or police
emergencies are handled appropriately. Like most other software solutions offered, the NECI CAD Protocols have a quality control component to ensure
compliance and measure employee performance. The NECI CAD Protocols© meet all the same criteria, just at a much lower cost. “Agencies have had to
spend too much money with over-priced products and don’t use most of the cards,” says one industry expert. Most call-takers only use part of the “All Callers
Card” and very little if any of the other cards. He believes this is because many of the protocols are either out of date, too difficult to use, too time consuming, or misclassified. Many protocols simply lead the call-taker to another card which should have been accessed first. Some protocols labeled as medical are
actually police protocols, such as Sexual Assault and Gunshot. What's more, there are environmental-based protocols such as Industrial and Vehicle
Accidents which should be a police or fire protocol. Some medical protocols should be eliminated such as Headache, Falls, Diabetes, Stroke, and Sick
Person. They simply take you to another card.
NECI has developed a set of “Public Safety Protocols” which does all this at a fraction of the price. The NECI CAD Protocols© meet the NENA Emergency Call Protocol Standard 56-006. The police and fire protocols must be approved by the agency executive office, chief, sheriff, or director. The local EMS medical control physician must approve the EMD protocols. They include a training module, quality control component and a complete reporting system to ensure compliance and measure employee performance.
The NECI CAD Protocols are available for $XXXXX for the complete set and only $XXX for each additional workstation. Free upgrades and technical
support are provided for the annual subscribers. NECI offers a consulting service to their customers which allows them to add, delete, or modify protocols
to meet the individual agency needs.