Public Safety Staffing: Finding a Better Way

New research exposes vast inefficiencies in how the nation’s public safety agencies schedule their staff, costing time and budget dollars when both are in short supply.

Public Safety Staffing: Finding a Better Way

The results are in from a recent public safety scheduling survey and the research findings show vast ineffeciencies in how the nation's public safety agencies schedule their staff.

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More about this analyst report

One of the difficult administrative tasks faced by modern public safety agencies is scheduling their staff in ways that ensure efficiency, accountability, and fairness. Given the nature of the profession, it’s no surprise that juggling such concerns as staffing minimums, overtime regulations, and qualifications needed for a particular opening can be challenging at best, especially when methods used to staff rely upon manual efforts.

Read the research brief based on a recent survey and get a better understanding of the vast inefficiencies in how the nation's public safety agencies schedule their staff, costing time and budget dollars when both are in short supply.