Sign in screen
A simple sign in for Dispatch Operators to login to the system so that the work they do is assigned to their user account.
Primary personas were created to provide insight on demographics, age, background and main user-tasks of people trained to the system.
With the secondary personas I tried to think outside of the box (e.g. hostage negotiation, bomb squad, previous Police field experience, etc) as I though it would generate more creative ideas and ultimately a better user interface.
From here call operators and dispatch officers can get an overview of what’s happening at any one time.
Jobs and units screens
Depending on how the user wants to work they can manage their workflow from the dashboard, the jobs or units page.
Where possible police can get a better view of what’s happening in a particular area if there happens to be a CCTV camera.
There’s a map where you can get a better view of where jobs and resources are based on a location. The rings around an address help to indicate the distance a person is to their destination.
The process of taking calls can be very stressful trying to find the information you need to capture all the relevant aspects of each call to ensure nothing is missed that could be helpful to those out in the field. Well craft form fields with hint-text help with ensure this process goes as smoothly as possible.
A prototype was built to show the user-flows. Try it for yourself – http://www.richmcnabb.com/police-dashboard/