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Federal Law Enforcement Agencies

Definition:

This stakeholder represents federal law enforcement (e.g., FBI, Capital Police, Secret Service etc) with direct feeds to traffic management agencies allowing them to view CCTV images, but do not have control. This ability will only be realized during emergency situations.

Inventory Elements:


Roles and Responsibilities:

    Archived Data Systems for Virginia Statewide Architecture
    • Collect and store information related to public safety and emergency management for use by operations personnel or data archives in the region.

    Commercial Vehicle Operations for Virginia Statewide Architecture
    • None defined

    Electronic Toll Collection for Virginia Statewide Architecture
    • None defined

    Emergency Management for Virginia Statewide Architecture
    • Disseminate threat information to other agencies.
    • Provide tactical decision support, resource coordination, and communications integration among public safety agencies for Incident Commands that are established by first responders to support local management of an incident.
    • Operate and maintain security sensors in areas such as transit stops, transit stations, rest areas, park and ride lots, modal interchange facilities, on-board a transit vehicle, etc.
    • Route public safety vehicles to facilitate the quickest/safest arrival either based on real-time traffic information and road conditions or request routes from the traffic management center.
    • Collect current and forecast road and weather information that is used to more effectively manage incidents.
    • Operate and maintain security surveillance devices and analysis of that data to detect potential threats such as at transit stops, transit stations, rest areas, park and ride lots, modal interchange facilities, on-board a transit vehicle, etc.
    • Analyze security sensor data and correlate with surveillance data and alerts from other agencies to detect potential threats.
    • Monitors alerting and advisory systems, information collected by ITS surveillance and sensors, and reports from other agencies in order to identify potential, imminent, or in-progress major incidents or disasters.
    • Provide incident notification to other ITS centers to notify the traveling public.
    • Share information with other public safety agencies via the Emergency Operations Centers to support large-scale incidents and disasters.
    • Plan and coordinate evacuation and reentry of a population in the vicinity of a disaster or other emergency that poses a risk to public safety.
    • Plan strategically for emergency response.

    Freeway Management for Virginia Statewide Architecture
    • Plan strategically for emergency response.
    • Share information with other public safety agencies via the Emergency Operations Centers to support large-scale incidents and disasters.

    Incident Management for Virginia Statewide Architecture
    • Share information with other public safety agencies via the Emergency Operations Centers to support large-scale incidents and disasters.
    • Plan strategically for emergency response.
    • Provide tactical decision support, resource coordination, and communications integration among public safety agencies for Incident Commands that are established by first responders to support local management of an incident.

    Maintenance and Construction for Virginia Statewide Architecture
    • Share information with other public safety agencies via the Emergency Operations Centers to support large-scale incidents and disasters.
    • Plan strategically for emergency response.
    • Collect current and forecast road and weather information that is used to more effectively manage incidents.

    Traveler Information for Virginia Statewide Architecture
    • None defined