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PSC eNews Weekly
Friday, June 25, 2021

Congratulations to Nikki White, from Springdale Communications Center, Springdale, for winning our T-shirt design contest! 

If you would like to guarantee your conference T-shirt, pre-order online now and pick it up onsite in San Antonio. The deadline to pre-order is 12:00 p.m. Monday, July 12. Shirts will also be available for purchase onsite.

 

If you missed the Nexus 2021 virtual event last month, the sessions are now available for purchase. Review the sessions at your convenience for an inside look into the future state of emergency incident response. The cost is just $25 for members.
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The FCC issued an order last year announcing they are finalizing the transition to electronic only filing in the Wireless Radio Services, which includes public safety licensees. APCO strongly recommends that filers check and update their licenses and FCC registration information now, as the new rules take effect June 29, 2021.

As of the effective date of the order, the FCC will no longer print and mail paper authorizations. All notification preferences will be automatically set or reset to receive electronic licenses, and all licensees can download and print official copies of their licenses in the FCC ULS License Manager.

For more information or assistance contact afcgeneral@apcointl.org or call (888) 272-6911. 

 
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NBC 5
Coworkers performed CPR and used an AED machine to revive the unconscious public safety telecommunicator and called an ambulance in time to save his life.
 
NBC – Bay Area 
The city's public safety telecommunicators are urging their city council to implement better staff recruitment and compensation measures immediately.
 
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Masslive
Police traced the call back to a gated parking lot near the beach and located the 52-year-old man, suffering from early-stage hypothermia, approximately three miles east of the lot.
 
EMS1
Three public safety telecommunicators from the Weld County Regional Communications Center (Colo.) received Lifesaver Awards for their heroic actions: saving two lives during separate critical call incidences and talking a woman through successful labor and delivery. 
 
 
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