Dave Mulholland

Administrator, Arlington County (VA) Emergency Communications (911) Center

Dave Mulholland serves as the Administrator of the Arlington County (VA) Emergency Communications (911) Center.  His 32 plus years of public safety experience includes serving with the District of Columbia Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency as the District’s Statewide Interoperability Coordinator and with the United States Park Police, retiring at the rank of Major after 27 years of service. During that time, he directly managed the US Park Police Washington DC police dispatch center and had oversight of the agency’s New York and San Francisco police dispatch centers.  He has contributed significantly in public safety technology leadership roles with the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments and as a senior public safety technology expert in technology projects, initiatives, and standards development with the International Association of Chiefs of Police, Association of Public Safety Communications Officials, Integrated Justice Information Systems (IJIS) Institute, Law Enforcement Information Technology Standards Council, and National Public Safety Telecommunications Council. He is currently pursuing at Masters of Arts in Applied Psychology.

Tuesday, October 1
1:15 pm - 2:30 pm • Cutting-Edge Instrumentation for Public Safety: Balancing Safety, Privacy and Securityboardroom 1
The smart, safe and secure community relies on sensors, real time and predictive analytics as well as secure systems that will prevent data breeches and intrusions. Hear from public safety officials who are using these advanced technologies and bring your questions, ideas and concerns to the table.