Updated Conference Info

The 2021 Spring Texas Public Safety Conference is scheduled for April 11-14, 2021. Information will be posted on the Conference website as updates are made.

Texas APCO Board Goes to Washington

In February, President Kelle Simon and President Elect Jeremy Hill traveled to the Nation’s Capital to participate in the annual NENA event, 9-1-1 Goes to Washington. The event is “…a significant opportunity to shape the nation’s emergency communications policy agenda.” During the days on Capitol Hill, Kelle and Jeremy had the opportunity to meet key politicians and kept the topic of reclassification for Emergency Dispatchers in the forefront of discussions. While not everyone will have the chance to participate in 9-1-1 Goes to Washington, one thing agencies can do at the local level is contact Congressman Joaquin Castro, who is on the committee reviewing the bill. Invite your legislators into your centers to give them first hand knowledge of what it is we’re doing 24/7 as the First, First Responders!

NG 9-1-1 Scenario Based Training

How would you prepare your emergency communications center if you could see into the future?

With APCO’s newest training event, you can get the next best thing – an interactive walk-through of diverse scenarios handled as they will be in the future. Click here for more information and to be taken to the Nexus Website.

FREE Training at the Galveston Texas Public Safety Conference

TEXAS APCO and TEXAS NENA are excited to provide 8-hours of pre-conference training AT NO COST to you! There are three courses to choose from, check out the Texas Public Safety Conference website for more information and a registration link!

2021 Texas Public Safety Conference

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