Within the next two years, the Warren A. Kimbro Reentry Project (WKRP) aims to help 320 individuals rebuild their lives after being incarcerated. This is an intensely complex task with many moving parts. Each participant has a unique story, a particular combination of services they need, and different people working with them. Veoci provides WKRP the tools to collect and aggregate data, share information real-time, and coordinate services with other case managers or individuals from other programs. Continue reading
Thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth, and to all the great speakers we go to hear from. See you next year!
DRI 2018, taking place February 11th-14th, will be packed with continuity professionals from all over—including Veoci! We’re ready to talk business continuity planning, emergency management, and disaster response at the conference with other continuity and resiliency professionals. Continue reading
NEW HAVEN, CONN. | FEBRUARY 2ND, 2018
The Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) selected Veoci Software as the Safety Management System (SMS) to the Province’s northern remote airports. The MTO has the largest airport network in Canada, owning and operating 29 airports across northern Ontario. Continue reading
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Of the 16,286 men and women released from Connecticut Department of Correction custody in 2008, 64% were rearrested within the next three years. Mary Loftus, one of the newest members of the Veoci team, has been working with the Warren A. Kimbro Reentry Project (WKRP) for the past six years to decrease the recidivism statistic. She’s doing more than focusing on just numbers, though— she’s helping people change their lives. We had a chance to speak with Mary about the great work WKRP does for the New Haven community, her passion for reentry services, Veoci’s role in the process, and what still needs to be done. Continue reading
Anyone who travels knows how enriching the experience is. Ibn Battuta, a 14th century Moroccan scholar, learned this quickly. When he set out on hajj in 1325, he probably didn’t plan on staying out for 24 straight years.
Students today often do what Ibn Battuta did: they strike out to parts unknown to learn more—but they’re usually home within 6 months, not a quarter-century. According to the 2017 Open Doors report by the International Institute of Education (IIE), just over 325,000 American students went overseas for their educations during the 2015-2016 school year. With so many students following Battuta’s footsteps today, how do universities keep tabs on all of them? How do they know they’re safe?
They use a tool called a travel registry. Allow us to explain…. Continue reading
In the Veoci Blog, we aim not to simply provide good reading for those in the emergency management and public safety sectors, but to share too what we are learning day by day as a rapidly growing safety and operations solution. 2017 was another great year of sharing helpful facts, unique insights, and exciting innovations on the Veoci blog. Let’s take a look at the most read blog posts this past year. Continue reading
The Veoci Team wishes you and yours a very happy and safe holiday season, full of joy and free of incident!