GIS Ready Data

RJRdata is proud to provide crucial points of interest data utilized for emergency planning purposes and including; accurate physical address data, detailed attributes, and asset information.

Our source takes data compilation and accuracy very seriously because they know that people’s lives may depend on their efforts.

Data consistency is just one of the reasons so many companies rely on this database. The common data structure, consistent update cycle, and stringent quality assurance guidelines enable users to focus on planning instead of trying to create a data file from disparate sources.

The Places and People databases are continuously updated and enhanced by a company with over 70 years of experience in compiling institutional data. Our data includes contact information on key decision makers at dozens of different institutions in all 50 states.

Critical Facilities Database

This is the first comprehensive, national database on critical facilities and captive populations—sites with gatherings of people to protect or evacuate. Based on the leading commercial database of U.S. institutions, this is the continuous, cost-effective and sustainable GIS resource for Homeland Security and emergency management.

Critical Facilities include emergency medical and responder locations and information on their capabilities. The Critical Facilities dataset includes “feature” attribute information to help planners evaluate emergency response capabilities. Each type of critical facility has unique attributes that provide planners with insights into risks and emergency response options, and only this database contains updated and detailed feature characteristics for facilities throughout the U.S. and its territories.

The dataset helps you answer vital questions such as:
• What places are at risk?
• What response is needed when one (or more) is threatened?
• Where are they?
• When are they most at risk?

People Who Need Your Protection the Most

This database is a feature-rich data source that can be used to identify the physical addresses of schools, daycares, nursing homes, hospitals, or other institutions with captive populations. Our source compiles extensive information that is vital for emergency notification purposes, including contact names, telephone and fax numbers, and other data on sites that may require extensive evacuation resources.

No other database on institutions is as complete, up-to-date, easy-to-access or as well suited for identifying critical facilities and captive populations. By comparison, US Census data identifies night-time population by neighborhood and phone directories rely on general business classifications – neither provides a reliable solution for identifying concentrations of people to protect and evacuate.

If you require GIS-ready data that is already being used by thousands of public and private organizations throughout the U.S. and in Homeland Security applications, please contact us directly at (866)-407-1162 or