ALWAYS HERE TO ANSWER THE CALL

Human Trafficking Preparedness for the 9-1-1 Professional                April 13

A Helping Hand : Peer Support for the Communications Center           April 14

RAVE Presentation Info

Cybercrime Support  Network Information

       The Next APCO/NENA                  VIRTUAL MEETING               Thursday,   March 11th                        10:00 am

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RFP template  to assist in crafting an effective RFP aligned with actual operational needs in your center

 2021 EXECUTIVE BOARD

President                         Chris Collom   

1st Vice President         Kim Grafton

2nd Vice President        Dave Rapacz

Sgt-at-Arms                  Kelley Cunningham

Secretary                       Michelle James

Treasurer                       Phyllis Fuller

Imm. Past President    Sandy Nielsen

Executive Council         Kim Ostin

Commercial Rep.         Larry Stidham

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The 911 SAVES Act remains alive as a stand alone act. It continues to gain bipartisan support. If you haven't contacted your State Senators or Representatives, now is the time to do so using the APCO advocacy portal.

ABOUT US
The Michigan Chapter of APCO is part of the world's oldest and largest organization of public safety communications professionals. We support our members by providing professional development, technical assistance, advocacy and outreach.  We welcome you and invite you to join us in working together to better our profession.

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The Association of Public Safety Communications Officials (APCO) is an international leader committed to providing public safety communications expertise, professional development, technical assistance, advocacy and outreach to benefit our members and the public.

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