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9-1-1 Advisory Committee

Under Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 403.120 the 9-1-1 Program may establish an advisory committee to guide planning and administration of public safety answering points (PSAPs), and issues impacting the emergency communications system PSAPs. The role of the Advisory Committee is to provide direct input from the 9-1-1 Community to the State 9-1-1 Program. The goal is a collaborative effort to have the PSAPs needs met through the 9-1-1 Program, specifically the needs outlined in ORS 403.  It is important that all members of the committee, as well as the communities they represent, are aware that the committee is and will always be advisory. The 9-1-1 Program is responsible for making final decisions on program issues, but with the use of an advisory committee the 9-1-1 Program will have the opportunity to take the opinions of the committee into consideration while planning and implementing the 9-1-1 Program’s projects, creating and reviewing the 9-1-1 Program’s policies, and creating and revising 9-1-1 Program objectives.
 
 
 
Committee Members

 

 

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