Equipped 2021

A new community for first responders to learn, engage and exchange ideas with experts in the field of public safety.

Nov. 9, 2021

12-4 p.m. ET

At Equipped 2021, we explored key issues facing the First Responder community through leading industry experts, unique collaborations and the latest tools and resources.

Known for being the first on the scene, First Responders face dangerous, challenging and exhausting situations. Whether local incidents or national tragedies such as 9/11 or COVID-19, these situations continue to have a defining impact on the resiliency of the First Responder community. Equipped 2021's program showcased trending strategies, approaches, and techniques aimed at addressing three critical areas across the first responder industry: health and wellness, community, and tactics and training. #PreparedTogether

Strengthening emergency response

We designed Equipped 2021 as a central hub for Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS, and Dispatch to connect with one another, swap stories, and share best practices. Devised with both leadership and the ranks in mind, enjoy thought-provoking sessions alongside 1:1 and small group networking. Join our email list below to stay up-to-date on plans for Equipped in 2022.


Topical Networking and Collaborative Engagment


First Responder
Talent Recruitment


Sourcing of New
Products and Services


Educational Sessions on Tech, Health & Wellness, and More

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Spotlight your company’s products and services through networking, branding opportunities, and thought-leader presentations on the conference agenda. Select sponsorship oppportunities are also available. Download the supplier prospectus.

Interested in learning more? Contact Dana Rice at dana@jdc-events.com






Keynote Sponsor


Who is part of the Equipped community?


Instructors & Trainers

EMS Coordinators

Law Enforcement Officers


EMS Executive Directors

Apparatus and Equipment Specialists

Career & Volunteer Firefighters

Community Emergency Response Teams

EMTs & Paramedics

Police Commissioners

Police, Fire, & EMT Students

Fire Chiefs

Fire Marshals

Hazmat Technicians

Training Officers

Police Chiefs