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Registration for Attendees (and Volunteer Opportunities) for the 2021 Arizona APCO/NENA State Training Conference are now open! The conference will be held at the Renaissance…
Throughout the COVID crisis, America’s 9-1-1 professionals have been there for us, 24/7.They have prioritized our health and safety over their own by continuing to work in close quarters, often without access to vital personal protective equipment. They have dealt with constantly changing emergency
Throughout the COVID crisis, America?s 9-1-1 professionals have been there for us, 24/7.They have prioritized our health and safety over their own by continuing to work in close quarters, often without access to vital personal protective equipment. They have dealt with constantly changing emergency
Every April, America recognizes the importance of 9-1-1 by designating it as National 9-1-1 Education Month. In communities nationwide, public-safety educators promote vital messages about how, when, and why to call 9-1-1."You don’t wake up in the morning thinking you are going to call 9-1-1
Every April, America recognizes the importance of 9-1-1 by designating it as National 9-1-1 Education Month. In communities nationwide, public-safety educators promote vital messages about how, when, and why to call 9-1-1."You don?t wake up in the morning thinking you are going to call 9-1-1
Groups representing the state and local leaders of America’s 9-1-1 systems are pleased that the infrastructure bill being assembled in the U.S. House includes major funding for 9-1-1 system upgrades, but they are concerned that some provisions in the bill could undermine the rollout of Next
I want to make sure you are all aware of NENA’s Enhanced PSAP Registry. The registry is a database of all US PSAPs. It can…
After a review by the Bylaws Committee and the Executive Board, several changes were recommended to the Chapter Bylaws and Chapter Policies. The documents, with…
We are happy to announce that sponsorship and exhibitor registration packages have been opened for the 2021 State Training Conference. If you are interested in…
By Jeff Cohen In 2020, public safety communications professionals faced an extraordinary year, dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, record-breaking natural disasters, and major civil unrest, in addition to their “routine” work protecting and saving lives. From an advocacy perspective, 2020 was a