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Friday, June 17, 2022

Volunteer at APCO 2022

Sign up now to volunteer at APCO 2022. This is a great opportunity to meet your colleagues in the industry and get a behind the scenes experience at the conference. You'll receive one complimentary day pass per four hours worked, $100 for your ECC, a free T-shirt and more!
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Pre-order Your Conference T-shirt!

Place your orders now for your APCO 2022 T-shirt. You can have your shirt shipped directly to you, or pick it up onsite. The deadline for pre-orders is July 6.


Comtech Safety & Security Technologies
Industry News
WBAL News Radio
Sgt. Brandi Baldwin looked up online how to perform the Heimlich maneuver on a dog when she received the emergency call.
News 4 JAX
Alonda Oates was recognized by APCO for saving a woman trapped in a second-floor bathroom during a house fire.
News 12 The Bronx
Matt Hollis has coached emergency deliveries three times in the past three years.
Officials said 82% of such calls were dealt with by clinicians instead of sending a police officer.

APCO recently awarded close to $80,000 in scholarship awards to APCO members. The awards were administered through the APCO Commercial Advisory Council (CAC)/Silent Key Scholarship Program, making scholarship funds available to public safety communications professionals to participate in APCO Institute training.
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Wednesday, June 22 | 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
Free for all; worth 1 CDE

APCO recognizes that emergency communications centers are struggling with staffing and retention and is offering this webinar to address some of these issues. In this webinar, APCO staff and ECC personnel will describe tools for measuring performance and staffing needs. Analyzing your ECC’s performance and staffing needs is helpful for requesting funding for additional positions, justifying hiring and retention bonuses, and reporting positive performance to leadership and the public.


Cybersecurity Fundamentals for the ECC is offered as a pre-conference course at APCO 2022 on Saturday, August 6, in Anaheim, California. All emergency communications professionals are welcome to register. Topics addressed include why emergency communications centers (ECC) are a target, how to protect your ECC, signs of an ongoing cyberattack, mitigation techniques and more. Tuition is $199 for APCO members and $239 for non-members. Worth 8 CDEs. 
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