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911 Coordinators Association

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New York State
911 Coordinators Association

New York State 911 Coordinators Association

The New York State 9-1-1 Coordinators Association is an active group of 9-1-1 Professionals representing the 62 Counties that make up New York State.

This group meets bi-annually to discuss issues of importance to our occupation and enables us the opportunity to share information and to gain critical skills required to excel in our field.

UPCOMING EVENTS & NEWS

Training Opportunity

Niagara University is hosting their Disability

Awareness Training for Dispatchers virtually.

 This is a great one day in-service training to

provide your teams.

Link to the flyer for more information and

registration: Disability Awareness Training for Dispatchers

Niagara University is also offering a two day

in person Train the Trainer for 911

Telecommunicator Disability Awareness in

January and in March.

Link to the flyer for more information and

registration:

Train the Trainer Disability Awareness

Congratulations to Mark Balistreri

on his appointment to Director of 

DHSES OIEC. We look forward to

our continued partnership and building an even stronger relationship

Next Conference:

Joint Symposium/Conference

with NYS DHSES OIEC

May 1 to May 4, 2023

        

This conference will be similar to Niagara County, Spring 2022.

We will pass along information as it is received.

Fall 2023

Yates County

Governor Hochul Signs 9-1-1 Saves

On the 20th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center, Governor Kathy Hochul signed legislation recognizing 9-1-1 telecommunicators and dispatchers as First Responders.  

"Legislation (S.7121/A.7366-A) Defines a "First Responder in Communications" as an Individual Who is a Public Safety Dispatcher, Emergency Responder, Emergency Operator, Emergency Complaint Operator and Emergency Services Dispatcher Who Meets Minimum Requirements by Local Government"

Read the full story here:  9-1-1 Saves Act Signed

Fall 2019 Presentations

Review annual FCC Report – States that raid 911 Funding

Letter to FCC regarding 911 Fund Diversion