Mission Manager to Showcase its Incident Command Software at the CATO Training Conference, Sept. 21-22, that Highlights Emerging Trends, Tactics and Technologies for Tactical SWAT Teams

Mission Manager will showcase its incident command software to the tactical law enforcement community at the 2015 CATO Conference, Sept. 21-22, at the Anaheim Marriott –  and  also spearhead a Scavenger Hunt contest with prizes to include a  free 1-year subscription to its robust cloud-based software. Attendees who participate in the contest will also have the opportunity to win a variety of prices from participating vendors during the show.CATO flyer

During the Scavenger Hunt, players will learn first-hand how cloud-based Mission Manager helps incident commanders easily manage their personnel and assets, communicate in real time, and track and log evidence trails – as players find clues during the game.  If you plan to attend CATO, please stop by our booth #223 and participate. Here’s how it works:

  • Stop by our booth,  and we’ll log you into Mission Manager’s pre-set missions, send you email & text alerts with “clues” every other hour.
  • Simply take a picture of the clue with your cell phone, email it back to our staff and return to our booth to claim your prize from participating vendors.
  • On Day #2 we will hold a raffle drawing of all players and announce the winner of our free 1-year subscription to Mission Manager (good for up to 10 users: Valued at $750)

As noted in our sponsored article in POLICE Magazine, Mission Manager lays the foundation for a strong infrastructure needed to save lives because it is based on team preparation and readiness. Mission Manager uniquely provides an operational environment for daily team management and serves as an online command center.

Since 2011, Mission Manager has supported approximately 6,000 missions, including natural disasters, tactical operations, large-scale pubic events, campus security, search-and-rescue missions, and training. Users include law enforcement, fire departments,  search-and-rescue groups, emergency operation centers, security providers and the Civil Air Patrol.

The California Association of Tactical Officers was founded in 1997 as a professional organization dedicated to improving tactics, safety and professionalism of special weapons and tactics officers through education, training, peer contacts and the sharing of information and ideas. CATO has since become a premier professional organization and is dedicated to the continued improvement of officer safety through training, education and advocacy.

CATO’s annual training conference hosts approximately 1,000 SWAT officers, supervisors and commanders from teams throughout the Western United States. The CATO conference features educational seminars and presentations on emerging trends, tactics, legal issues, leadership and valuable ‘lessons learned’. The two day vendor trade show highlights the latest safety gear, weapons, munitions, clothing and technology provided by equipment manufacturers, distributors and suppliers.

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