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911 Board Meeting

Friday, March 27, 2015
10:00 am
Foothills Higher Education Center, Room 163
2128 South Sterling Street
Morganton, NC

Please notify the Executive Director, Richard Taylor at Richard.taylor@nc.gov to ensure available seating. Also contact Mr. Taylor if you would like to participate via webconference.


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FY2016 PSAP Funding Reconsideration Form

FY2014 PSAP Revenue Expenditure Report Form

FY2015-2016 PSAP Distributions

Approved Use of Fund List (January 24, 2014 Update)

List of Approved Training Classes

Draft Operating Standards 1/25/2013 pdf

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Call Statistics   

 

 

In 2014 NC PSAPs Answered 7.3 million 911 calls

 

 

Calls

% of Total

Wireline Calls

1,738,215

23.8%

VoIP Calls

470,147

6.4%

Wireless Calls

5,087,289

69.8%

Total Calls

7,295,651

100.0%

 

 

911 Call Statistics for February 2015 February 2014 Comparison
Total Calls Percent of Total Total Feb 2014 Calls Percent of Total
Wireline Calls 115,300 21.2% 132,439 25.7%
VoIP Calls 40,817 7.5% 33,650 6.5%
Wireless Calls 388,798 71.4% 349,329 67.8%
Total Calls 544,915 100.00% 515,418 100.00%

 

Updates from the North Carolina 911 Board

 

PSAP GRANT CYCLE FOR FY16 NOW OPEN

 

Grant applications are now being accepted through midnight April 10, 2015. You must have an NCID to access the application. Use this link NC 911 Board Grants to learn how to get your NCID or to start your grant application if you already have an NCID and have been given access to the 911 Board Grant application site. If you have questions, contact Richard Taylor at richard.taylor@nc.gov or telephone at 919-754-2942.

 

 
 
NC Text to 911 Deployment Status as of January 28th, 2015 ExcelTextTo911ByCounty

 

 

 

 

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911 Board members are appointed by the Governor, the President Pro Tem of the Senate, and the Speaker of the House. Please choose among these links to learn more about the 911 Board.

Voice Communication Service Providers provide voice connectivity through conventional telephones, VoIP devices, wireless devices, or combinations of those technologies. VCSP information may be found here.

911 calls are received by Public Safety Answering Points, or PSAPs. North Carolina PSAP information may be found here.

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