VoIP and Public Safety Around the World (Live) Sponsored by TIPS

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is becoming mainstream in business and consumer markets but still presents special technical, regulatory and funding challenges for making emergency calls. These problems are further compounded by the newest VoIP variants, including wireless VoIP and VoIP that switches back and forth between cellular and wireless LAN systems. Join the Law Enforcement And Public Safety (LEAPS) Channel at 2:00 pm EST on Tuesday, February 17, 2009 with reruns on February 18 and 19 for this one hour web Seminar (Webinar) and learn how VoIP calls are being managed in many countries around the world, including the United States, Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Japan.

About the Presenter
Your presenter for this webinar is James P. Cavanagh, who has worked in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand on training emergency services personnel, is the author of multiple articles for public safety magazines and is a member of APCO, APCOA, NENA and the E-911 Institute. Join Jim to learn how VoIP and public safety interact in countries around the world. There will be an opportunity for online questions and answers during the live program. Jim Cavanagh is a thirty year veteran of the telephony and networking industry who has been training, consulting and collaborating with public safety, law enforcement and homeland security agencies on Internet Protocol, VoIP and security issues for the past several years. Jim Cavanagh is personally committed to assuring that critical personnel have the latest, deepest and most current knowledge on technical network operations.