The NG911 Committee will recommend to the Statewide Emergency Communications Board uniform 911 network design characteristics, policies, and procedures based on best practices and industry standards to ensure Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) interoperability across the state through the use of open architecture and the implementation of a coordinated statewide NG911 plan. The NG911 Committee will plan the migration to, utilization of, and the continued operation and maintenance for the statewide, interoperable next generation 911 system.
Membership is composed of one Primary and one Alternate from each of the following: each regional radio board or regional emergency communications board, Minnesota Ambulance Association, Minnesota Fire Chiefs’ Association, Minnesota State Patrol, Minnesota Sheriff’s Association, Minnesota Chiefs of Police Association, Emergency Communication Networks Division, Tribal PSAP, County Geographical Information System (GIS).
Membership may also include non-voting seats representing non-government and private industry partners at the discretion of the committee and the Statewide Emergency Communications Board. MEMBER ROSTER
The NG911 Committee meets the third Wednesday of each month. Meeting materials must be submitted to the committee coordinator no later than eight days prior to the meeting.
Minutes will be posted when they are approved by the Committee.
2014 Meeting Minutes