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Friday, December 07, 2018
Join APCO’s senior staff for an intensive, one-day training event focused on Next Generation 9-1-1, cybersecurity and other challenges facing emergency communications centers with changes in technology. The interactive sessions will use a variety of scenarios and exercises to, as one attendee put it, provide "an outstanding look and deeper dive into a complicated problem that provides simple, easy to implement steps and procedures."
APCO Envision - Tampa, FL - January 15, 2019
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APCO International’s Annual Conference & Expo taking place in Baltimore next August will be the most valuable opportunity in 2019 to network with decision makers in the emergency communications industry.

If you haven't booked your booth for Baltimore, now is the time to do so. Rates increase on January 1, 2019. Reserve your space now or increase your current booth size at the lowest rate.
The APCO Institute is now accepting applications for Class 07 of the Certified Public-Safety Executive (CPE) Program, which begins in July 2019. If you’re ready to join the more than 60 program graduates who have committed to leading our industry forward, apply now. The application deadline is April 15. Scholarship applications for the CPE Program will be accepted January 1 – February 15, 2019. For more information
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Union County Regional Communications, New Jersey, has received Agency Training Program Certification, a Project 33© Initiative, from APCO International.
paNOW APCO Canada recognized six telecommunicators who coordinated emergency response to a bus-semi truck collision in April involving the junior ice hockey team that killed 16 people.
Capital Gazette A new course offered to Glen Burnie High School seniors allows the opportunity to try out what it would be like to be a county 9-1-1 operator. Calm reassurance over the phone during a frantic shooting incident led the victim to enroll in public safety telecommunications training eight years later.
CBS Sacramento The Stockton California Highway Patrol is recognizing Kayla Riler, who said, "I chose this profession because I wanted to help people and save lives; tonight was a good night, I got to do both!" The police chief is requesting expansion of his staff of six telecommunicators in his 2019 budget request. He says inadequate staffing contributes to stress among employees.
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