PSC eNews Weekly
Friday, May 04, 2018
APCO’s 8th Annual Public Safety Broadband Summit has come to a close, marking another successful gathering of public safety professionals, technology experts and policy leaders to discuss emerging issues in public safety technology.
If you have been considering applying for the July 2018 session (Class 05) of APCO’s Certified Public-Safety Executive (CPE) Program, don’t wait to begin your application. The deadline to apply is May 15. That’s less than two weeks to apply to be a participant in the leadership program that many CPE graduates have described as "life-changing." For more information
As you make your plans to attend APCO 2018, don’t forget to register for one of the APCO Institute's pre-conference training courses. And be sure to book the hotel nights you need to participate. Reduced conference hotel rates have been extended to accommodate pre-conference course participants. For more information
Join us on May 17 at 1:00 p.m. ET to learn how to determine career paths, develop a personal career plan and learn where to find resources that can help you make a change. The webinar is of particular interest to communications center supervisors, but is open to anyone with an interest in the topic. Like all live webinars, it is free to APCO members. For more information

Jeryl Anderson has been in emergency service communications for over 30 years. Currently she works for Orange County Emergency Services as their Recruitment and Outreach Coordinator. Mrs. Anderson owns her own training company (JBEST Training and Consultants, LLC) and is an active Adjunct Instructor for the APCO Institute. Jeryl also does the telecommunicator online training for Richmond Community College and Wake Technical Community College. Jeryl has been a certified instructor since the 1990's and has vast experience in classroom presentation to include, but not limited to, curriculum and testing development. Jeryl is an experienced online instructor, conference speaker and event coordinator. She currently serves the North Carolina Chapter of APCO as the Immediate Past President, as well as an active member of the chapter's executive board. In her spare time, Mrs. Anderson spends time with her husband of seven years, participates on various committees and ministries within her church and spends time with her 30 precious Girl Scouts.

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2 Tulsa Each call requires three and a half minutes to process and non-emergency calls constitute most of the traffic.
ABC News The ambulance near their home had broken down so it was up to the mother and father of four with help from their "real life hero."
Indy Week The Sheriff said fire and police personnel are at risk because the digital radio signal often can’t penetrate walls.
government technology By giving computers to all responders, public safety telecommunicators now know responders’ locations in the field, indicating who is best-positioned to answer an emergency.
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