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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

Thank you DHSES OIEC for allowing us to join you in beautiful Niagara County.

Thank you Niagara County for a great Symposium/Conference

Thank you to our attendees and Solution Providers for a successful conference.  We hope everyone enjoyed their time.

Next Conference:

Holiday Valley Inn

Cattaraugus County

October 18 - October 20, 2022

        

More information will be forthcoming




Congratulations to Amanda Schultz, Livingston County, on being elected Treasurer of the Association.



 

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