2017 Statewide 9-1-1 Advisory Board Annual Report to the Illinois General Assembly
2017 Legislative Updates from: Illinois APCO and Illinois NENA
The Illinois chapters of APCO and NENA are supporting the 911 Public Education Committee for our 2nd annual 911 Run. This venture will to help raise awareness on the need for 9-1-1 education in communities across the United States as well as gain some needed funding to continue our goals. We work hard to create free resources to be utilized by departments and aid in creating 9-1-1 education programs to departments that have less funding available to them. Since our sponsors are non-for-profit, creating resources and public service messages can be limiting. Profits from this race will be used towards our committee and allow us to create more material for any 9-1-1, police, fire and EMS department to benefit from.
Please see the attached flyer (click here) that contains all the 2017 911 Run information and frequently asked questions. In the spirit of teamwork, please forward the 2017 911 Run information to co-workers, family, friends, and anyone who may be interested so they can take part in this fun event. The Illinois 911 Public Education Committee thanks each of you and is looking forward to your involvement!
Online registration is available at https://IL911RUN.eventbrite.com
May 4, 2017
Starts at 10:00 a.m.
Peoria Police Department
600 SW Adams St.,
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Attached is the final legislative report from the 9-1-1 Services Advisory Board. We have also attached a PowerPoint that was put together by the ILAPCO/INENA Legislative Committee. It is our hope that the PowerPoint will give you a means to start putting together any additional information if you need to make an official report to any of your boards. >>Read More
Summary of Final Report and Legislation: SB0096/P.A. 99-0006 07-07/2015
Changes for 9-1-1 in Illinois V12 06-04-2015
Public Safety Telecommunicator Statewide Training and Certification Initiative
The mission of this new joint NENA APCO Committee is to create a training curriculum and standards for all telecommunicators in the State of Illinois. This initiative will include a mandatory quality assurance program, not just for EMD calls but for all call taking and dispatching practices. >>Read More
Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau Announces Availability of PSAP Text-to-911 Certifications and Readiness Form
Statewide 9-1-1 Administrator's Presentation from the INENA Membership Meeting
Statewide 9-1-1 Administrator
Illinois State Police
9511 W Harrison Street
Des Plaines, IL 60018
Work: (217) 782-3200