The Denise Amber Lee Foundation was founded by Denise’s husband, Nathan Lee in June of 2008, 6 months after her tragic death. He has made it his life’s mission to travel the country telling her story, to help 911 centers across the country try to avoid a similar occurrence to someone else.
- Uniform training
- Standardized Protocols
- Defined Measurable Outcomes(Quality Assurance)
- Technological Advances to 911
The foundation wants to use the emotional power of Denise’s story to motivate and inspire 911 personnel to remember why they do what they do. Arguably one of the most difficult professions on the planet, the foundation wants to remind them how important they are what a critical role they play everyday in Public Safety.
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No matter the cirriculum, we have a story to tell. We focus on engaging experiences taught by those who were there.View Our Schedule
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Training Program Development, QA/QI Program Development, and 3rd Party Call Review(QA)
The foundation has unveiled new initatives to assist 911 centers develop/re-develop their training program, Quality Assurance program, and also provide them with the option to have the foundation do their QA for them remotely. Our team of 911 professionals from around the country can work with you to make your policies and procedures more concrete and make sure that your training and QA programs are top notch. We also have Quality Assurance Evaluators, or QAEs, that can remotely review 911 calls if your agency doesn’t have full-time QA personnel.
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"The Denise Amber Lee Story" (Keynote Address)
Denise Amber Lee Foundation President, Nathan Lee, will take you on an emotional journey, telling the story of his beautiful wife Denise Amber Lee and the powerful and uplifting journey he took after her death that led him to create a foundation in her name. Denise was abducted, raped, and murdered in Southwest Florida in 2008. The fact that Denise was the daughter of the a 25 year veteran of the local sheriff’s office brought an immediate, overwhelming response to Nathan’s first 9-1-1 call of her missing. Four other calls to 9-1-1 were made from witnesses over the next 3 hours including one witnessing the abduction in real time, describing cross streets but to no avail. The unbelievable number of opportunities and corresponding failures to save her that evening will be discussed and analyzed in this inspiring call to the Public Safety industry to do better. The preventable death of his wife has garnered national attention on the need for a better trained and certified 9-1-1 workforce. Attendees will leave motivated with a sense of pride in the importance of the job they do and every call they take could be the next Denise. Understanding the incredible difficulty that Public Safety professionals endure everyday, Nathan Lee has made it his life mission to help the Public Safety industry anyway he can to make sure what happened to his wife will not happen again.Contact Us to Schedule a Keynote