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PSC eNews Weekly
Friday, June 09, 2017
This year's conference T-shirt is now available for purchase in the APCO Store online. APCO 2017 attendees can save on shipping by pre-ordering their T-shirts and picking them up in Denver.

Use promo code APCO2017 on the final screen in the shopping cart to pick up your shirt at the onsite APCO Store. A $9.00 discount will be applied to offset the shipping cost. Place your order.

Sizes are limited onsite, so pre-order your T-shirt today to ensure you get the size you want!
 
APCO 2017 is the premier event for emergency communications. It is the largest gathering in the world of public safety communications professionals and offers four days of education, training, demos and networking. Check out the schedule at a glance, keynote speakers, professional development sessions and conference highlights in this interactive attendee brochure.
 
Debbie Moore, Senior Membership Coordinator
Debbie Moore has been with the membership department for over five years and has been the senior membership coordinator for the past three years. During this time, she has helped to grow the association membership count from 16,000 to over 28,000 members strong. Debbie’s exceptional customer service is evident by the positive interaction she has with both internal and external individuals.

Prior to working with APCO International, she was fortunate enough to be a full time mother to four children, who are all each just a year apart in age. They are all grown now and she is very proud of the young adults they have become. Debbie has been happily married to her husband Kevin for more than 35 years and they are looking forward to the next chapter in their life.

Contact Debbie for any of your membership questions or concerns; she is always eager to exceed your expectations and find a resolution to the issue at hand.

 
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Industry News
Hoke County Emergency Communications, N.C., has met the minimum training standards for APCO International's Agency Training Program Certification and has been awarded certification as of June 7, 2017.
 
Dallas Business Journal States have started exploring alternatives to the $40-billion nationwide first responder network in the works by AT&T, but the Dallas telco has no interest in letting them wiggle away.
 
Fauquier Now About three hours into her shift Monday morning, Emergency Communication Specialist Kim Malloy answered an exciting, rare phone call. "I have had OB (pregnancy/birthing) calls before, but this was the first from start to finish on the phone," Ms. Malloy said.
 
Fluvanna County, Virginia, is spending millions of dollar to completely replace its radio towers, and first responders say this will help keep people safer. The county currently uses one main radio tower and three small receiving towers, which makes service spotty for emergency crews.
 
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KMTV They’re the voice on the other end of the phone when you’re in trouble. But Sunday, the Sarpy County, Nebraska, community showed up to help a 9-1-1 dispatcher during her greatest time of need.
 
King 5 King County, Washington, 9-1-1 officials are worried about reaching a growing number of people who don't know how to call 9-1-1, so they're reaching out the best way they can: by releasing a new children's book. The book is called Emery's Birthday Party, and it's designed to teach kids when and how to call 9-1-1 and even what to do when they accidentally call emergency services.
 
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