Janice A. Seifert “spent the
last eleven years in the Public Safety Vendor Industry devoted to products and equipment utilized by Police, Fire and EMS
first responders, with an emphasis on a mobile environment, such as application software (CAD-RMS-Mobile-AVL, etc.), mobile
hardware such as computing and video equipment, wireless infrastructure development and deployment, and hand-held peripheral
equipment.” After working for several Federal Contractors and public safety vendors, I now own my
own Public Safety Consulting Company, Intelligent Consulting Solutions, LLC, providing consulting services for both public
safety agencies and vendors (www.intelligentconsultingsolutions.com).” Janice A. Seifert is the author of What Do
You Do When You Can't Call A Cop.
According to the book description of
What Do You Do When You Can't Call A Cop, it “was intended as a self-defense tutorial for
the average citizen or business owner, including sections on weapons, rape prevention, child safety /anti-abduction, crimes
against seniors, workplace violence, men's confrontational situations, and dealing with armed and multiple assailants.
The book received Commendations from Vincent T. Bugliosi (Prosecutor of Charles Manson and author of "Helter Skelter"
and "Outrage"), and Karen Lippe, (then) President of the FOP Grand Lodge Auxiliary, among others.”
About the Rogers County
The Rogers County Sheriff’s Office is a full-service law enforcement agency that “operates a county jail,
a patrol division, investigative division, a communications center, an administrative division and provides court services
for the Rogers County Courthouse. All deputies serving the people of Rogers County are sworn peace officers
and attend the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) Law Enforcement Academy.”
According to the Rogers County Sheriff’s
Office, “The deputies of the Rogers County Sheriff's Office are sworn peace officers given the charge of upholding the
law and protecting all citizens. As the uniformed presence, the patrol division is the most publicly visible
division of the department and operates a fleet of patrol vehicles. Patrol deputies respond to emergency
calls, enforce traffic laws, prevent crime and apprehend criminal offenders. The deputies are responsible
for serving civil process and the execution of arrest warrants.
The Detention Division of the Sheriff's
Office operates the county jail facility. The men and women serving in the Detention Division are responsible
for the security of the facility and guarding inmates housed at the Rogers County Jail. The detention officers
are charged with preventing escapes and operating the jail in a manner compliant with the many rules and regulations required
by state and federal law. The detention officers work in a difficult and often dangerous environment and
have a tremendous amount of responsibility in the day-to-day operations.
The Investigations Division of the
Rogers County Sheriff's Office is responsible for conducting thorough investigations of crimes reported within the jurisdiction
of Rogers County. Detectives working in the Investigations Division are sworn deputies. In
addition to conducting follow-up investigations based on reports, the Investigations Division also initiates investigations
based on intelligence gathered from field deputies or citizens and provide investigative assistance to other law enforcement
agencies. The Investigations Division also coordinates with other law enforcement agencies for joint investigations.
The detectives assigned to the Investigations Division are responsible for investigating homicides, sex offenses, robberies,
crimes against persons and property crimes.”