Law Enf & Criminal Justice and Communications
911 Emergency Communications
Glenn A. Marin, a semi-retired consultant in the field of public safety emergency service call processing and dispatching systems ranging from facilities to technical system to operations. He has over 50 years experience in the application of automated systems to public safety organizations and their operational impacts with specific emphasis on computer, telephone and mobile radio communications systems. Collectively, these technologies support what is commonly known as the 9-1-1 emergency telephone system operated from facilities known as Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs). This experience includes all the technologies associated with the design of Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD), Records Management (RMS), Jail Information Systems (JIS), Mobile Data Terminal (MDT) systems and two-way radio systems, both trunked and conventional.
Mr. Marin has extensive experience with operational policies, procedures and practices of public safety dispatch centers with both personal supervisory and management experience and in-depth interactions with several dozens of PSAP centers across the United States and limited Canadian facilities. This experience has included architectural support for the design and construction of over 30 public safety dispatch facilities.
Glenn Marin has qualified as an expert witness in both State and Federal Courts in the subject areas of jail automation and public safety dispatch systems, including computer aided dispatch automation systems.
Graduate Courses in Computer Science
California State University, Fullerton (1982-1984)
Master of Public Administration
University of Southern California (1972)
Bachelor of Science, Police Science and Administration
California State University, Los Angeles (1968)
Chemical Engineering Courses
Antioch College (1963)
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