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What INENA is all about

The Illinois Chapter of the National Emergency Number Association (INENA) is comprised of public safety professionals throughout Illinois whose mission is to foster the technological advancement, availability, and implementation of the universal emergency number 9-1-1 in the State of Illinois.


markerThe Illinois Office of the Statewide 9-1-1 Administrator has posted the Illinois NG9-1-1 Feasibility Report as authored by Mission Critical Partners Inc. 
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markerThis is response to a posting from Governor's Office asking for the citizens to support his request to not signing the 9-1-1 bill.

This increase is only $7.56 a year.  Although it is a large percentage increase, it does not generate a lot of money, about $75 million annually.  The Governor is asking for $900 million just to upgrade the state’s computer system.  This 9-1-1 money must:

  • Upgrade computers systems of well over 100 computer systems statewide

  • Implement a statewide system which is going to cost tens of million of dollars annually

  • Replace the lost revenue from the reduction in landlines

  • Provide operational relief to cash strapped public safety budgets across the state

  • Aid in the consolidation efforts being mandated by the state law

The $1.05 recommended by the Statewide 9-1-1 advisory meant to make the fund and replace the shortfall in the $.87.  The $1.05 cannot and will not meet the preceding points.  The $1.50 generates enough resource to move our 9-1-1 systems into the 21st century.


marker 2017 Statewide 9-1-1 Advisory Board Annual Report to the Illinois General Assembly
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marker 2017 Legislative Updates from: Illinois APCO and Illinois NENA
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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


Contact Information:
Cindy Barbera-Brelle
Statewide 9-1-1 Administrator
Illinois State Police
9511 W Harrison Street
Des Plaines, IL 60018
Work: (217) 782-3200
Email: cindy_barbera-brelle@isp.state.il.us

 

 

 

   

 

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