Date: January 8, 2008
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Keeping Canadian's Safe - Download Executive Summary Now. Of particular interest to executives/organizations in the advanced security sectors.
Since its launch in early December, the Keeping Canadians Safe report has generated significant media attention and created a groundswell of growing support among industry and government stakeholders, and First Responders themselves, in continuing to address the technology and emergency preparedness challenges facing our Nation's police, fire and paramedic forces.
Given the critical impact the findings of this study holds for potentially every Canadian citizen, and in order to generate greater levels of awareness and support for the next steps identified within the report, CATAAlliance is providing a complimentary copy of the Executive Summary of this report for immediate download here: http://www.cata.ca/files/PDF/KeepCdnSafe_CATA-CPRC_ExecSumEng.pdf The links below will direct you to samples of only some of the media coverage the report has already received. Members of the media may request a copy of the full report at anytime and are encouraged to contact VP Research, Kevin Wennekes, with requests for the report or interviews by e-mail at email@example.com or by calling 613.769.8614.
The full report is available at a cost of $95 for members and $895 for non-members, with proceeds used to further the recommendations contained within the report. To obtain a copy, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Research project was conducted in a collaborative partnership between Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATA), the Canadian Police Research Centre and TELUS. Also a special thanks to Hill & Knowlton for their past and on-going support of this initiative.
Organizations interested in participating in this next stages of this initiative, and/or conducting your own exclusive research in partnership with CATAAlliance should contact us directly for more details.
I look forward to your continued support of CATA's work with Canada's First Responders.