PSC eNews Weekly
Friday, November 12, 2021

Getting involved in the development of APCO American National Standards is an excellent way to contribute your knowledge as well as learn from your peers. We need volunteers who are producers of public safety communications equipment, products, processes, systems and services. You do not need to be an expert or an APCO member to participate; you just need to be willing to contribute your knowledge and skills to accomplish a common goal. The deadline to express interest is December 3.

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Join the line-up to speak at APCO 2022, taking place August 7-10 in Anaheim, CA. Whether you're an APCO member or not we encourage you to submit a proposal for a one-hour session in our professional development program tracks:

  • Communications Center Management
  • Cutting Edge Developments
  • Cybersecurity for Public Safety Communications
  • Emergency Preparedness, Response & Situational Awareness
  • FirstNet: Transforming the Future of Emergency Communications
  • Frontline Telecommunicator
  • Wellness in the Emergency Communications Center
  • Leadership Development
  • NG9-1-1 and Emerging Technologies
  • Radio and Wireless Communications Technologies

Deadline for submissions is December 17.


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Public safety telecommunicator Angela Garhart, of the Patriot Regional Communications Center, received a call about a man who passed out then regained consciousness. She used emergency dispatch training to direct a family member in CPR before officers arrived on the scene.
A man on Interstate 75 in Kentucky recognized the distress call in a nearby automobile. He kept in touch with a public safety telecommunicator to give critical information leading to an arrest.
The husband was on the phone driving to the hospital when his wife had the baby in the front seat.
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