Metropolitan Intelligence offers 911 Chiefs, First Responders of all types including Fire Fighters, Police, Emergency Management teams, and Search & Rescue teams the ability to identify housing environments that contain toxic lead hazards so they can prepare for rescue services while ensuring they also protect themselves from lead poisoning. Our scope is not limited to toxic lead but because our work identifying invisible threats began with lead poisoning in Oakland's Fruitvale neighborhood where cases of poisoning are 4xs worse than Flint, MI we've chosen to share our discoveries about lead first. We cracked the code and want you all to know what that is.
We charge $1 per housing unit for First Responders to know where lead poisoning most likely exists in housing units, the number of children 6 and under located in those housing units, and Google Maps integration so Responders can pull maps up on their phones as they're responding and once they're entering lead hazard environments that may also be on fire. We are not a replacement or competition to CAD systems - just a fast, simple, form to get Responders in and out safely with easy to use controls and navigation.
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