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Webinar: How LTE Can Connect Essential Law Enforcement Technologies

December 02, 2020

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Event Description

At all levels, law enforcement depends on fast and always-on access to critical applications and data to better protect people and property and maintain order. The latest advancements in cellular-based broadband technology offer intuitive, powerful, and scalable ways to network cruisers, stations, and connected devices.

Join former officer and Cradlepoint network expert Kevin Johnson as he explores a variety of use cases illustrating how LTE improves the day-to-day duties that sheriffs carry out.

Attendees will learn:

  • Where law enforcement agencies are investing in LTE deployments
  • How to outfit your connected ecosystem through a single management platform
  • The unique aspects of LTE and 5G critical to making deployment decisions
  • Tips to achieve optimal cellular performance in IoT, buildings, and vehicles


In association with Justice Clearinghouse and The National Sheriffs’ Association


Kevin Johnson, Senior Partner Solutions Architect, Cradlepoint

Kevin had a short-lived carrier in law enforcement from 1995 to 1999 that ended due to injury. The injury allowed Kevin and his family to regroup and pursue other career paths. Having grown up around computers Kevin returned to school to pursue a computer science degree and began a career in computer networking design and implementation in various industries like Publications, Radio Broadcasting, Healthcare, and Enterprise Network Manufacturing at Cradlepoint over the last twenty years. Kevin has been with Cradlepoint for 8 years and has been at the center of building state of the art networks for several fortune 100 companies using LTE technologies. Kevin has developed several Cradlepoint partner-built practices around law enforcement specific next-generation in-vehicle technologies. In 2018, Kevin had the privilege to address Congress on the importance of next-generation communication technologies and evangelize the need for funding our first and secondary responders