9-1-1 Program collaborates with the Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) and
the 9-1-1 community in Oregon in order to support the 9-1-1 emergency
communications system. The 9-1-1 Program
works with all PSAP partners and stakeholders to create an informed,
consistent, and supportive approach to the statewide 9-1-1 system.
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 needs of the State’s PSAPs met through the program; specifically
the needs as outlined in ORS 403.
Office of Emergency Management partners with Association of Public-Safety
Communications Officials (APCO)
and the National Emergency Number Association (NENA)
to hold quarterly meetings for 9-1-1 leaders to
collaborate about 9-1-1 in Oregon. Information about the upcoming meeting and
presentations from past meetings can be found on our APCO/NENA Meetings page.
Emergency Communications Tax helps fund the 9-1-1 program throughout Oregon.
Information about the tax and the distribution of revenue is readily available
on our Emergency Communications Tax page.
documents and resources for 9-1-1 Leaders can be found on our Resources page.