EAST BRUNSWICK, N.J. (PRWEB) September 02, 2020
IDYA4 announces an exclusive technology partnership with the National Center for Prevention of Community Violence (NCPCV).
Through this exclusive partnership, IDYA4 and NCPCV will work together to package technology in prevention of violent crime taking place in our communities. As part of this partnership, IDYA4 will work with the NCPCV to offer online training via a Learning Management System, while creating a police officer health and wellness network providing guidance and an advanced technology solution for school safety, officer safety and community safety.
“In this current environment we are excited to join forces with the NCPCV and Bobby Kipper and leverage our technologies to keep our communities safe by helping to prevent acts of violent crime. Our support for the NCPCV’s mission aligns with our mission at IDYA4 to offer data-driven solutions and services supporting digital transformation that builds safer and healthier communities.,” said Ashwini Jarral, Chief Operations Officer at IDYA4.
“We are extremely excited to enter this partnership with Ashwini Jarral and IDYA4. Their ability to advance our prevention and learning opportunities utilizing their digital and advanced technology solutions will serve as a catalyst for community safety and officer wellness both nationally and internationally.,” said Bobby Kipper, Executive Director of NCPCV.
IDYA4 is a data integration and a data security company working to transform businesses through improvements for data management, security, and integration, as well as protection against today’s ever-changing cyber threats. IDYA4 works to achieve the best possible outcomes for its clients while striving to build safer and healthier communities worldwide.
NCPCV is a 501(C)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing violence by providing community-based resources and solutions for individuals of all ages. Its mission is to interrupt the process of violence before it becomes an event.
For more information about IDYA4, visit http://www.idya4.com
For more information about NCPCV, visit http://www.ncpcv.org