The New England Public Safety Showcase is an in-person, hands-on event around mission-critical communications hitting the road for 2022.
Police, dispatch, and fire agencies throughout New England will be invited to learn about interoperability, security, and other technology trends. A live demonstration of an operational mobile communications center will be at each event.
NEPSS is an invitation-only event.
Public Safety Professional
Stephen James Johnson is a public safety professional, trainer, and speaker with a breadth of expertise across the public safety disciplines. Known for his engaging, powerful, and humorous approach to difficult topics, Stephen is a sought-after conference speaker who blends his experiences in emergency telecommunications, emergency medical services, criminal justice, and pastoral care to empower, encourage, and equip his audiences to become better versions of themselves, both personally and professionally. He is currently the Assistant Director of Administration and Training for Cambridge Emergency Communications Department (Cambridge, Massachusetts) and is the owner of Stephen James Johnson, LLC, a public speaking, training, and public safety consulting service. Stephen holds numerous degrees, certifications, board appointments, and professional memberships. He is a Connecticut native who lives in the Greater Boston Area, who finds joy in drinking coffee, reading books, managing his Bookstagram, sitting in his recliner reflecting, and learning new things.
Systems Specialist, ALL-COMM
Delvis has over 20 years' experience in the installation, programming, and service of land mobile communications systems and vehicle warning lighting and sirens. He has extensive experience in public safety communications systems and is a Certified Senior Electronics Technician, R56 Certified Installer, Zetron Certified Technician, Tait Certified, Motorola MCC7500 Trained, and fiber optic interface specialist.
CEO/CTO, SecuLore Solutions
Sean Scott, CEO/CTO of SecuLore Solutions, has over 30 years of technology innovation and cybersecurity solutions architecture and responds to the needs of our nation’s critical infrastructures against evolving cyber threats. He is actively involved in the advancement of cyber policy and is appointed to the FCC’s CSRIC VIII working group and iCert Board of Directors.
Mark Hatten has more than 35 years of experience in building businesses in the telecommunications, electronics and enterprise software industries. Mr. Hatten brings a track record of success, and an in-depth understanding of both service and technology companies.
Mr. Hatten founded and was Chief Executive Officer of a cellular company, a cellular location technology company and a land mobile radio (LMR) company prior to launching Mutualink in 2007.