The State 9-1-1 Program
collaborates with industry partners, other state agencies, and local
jurisdictions to research, develop and present a variety of documents outlining
and defining the State 9-1-1 Program and its contributions to the 9-1-1 emergency
communications system in Oregon. These documents include planning and
coordination information and resources, standards and policies.
9-1-1 Program works with national, county, and local partners to assure compliance
with all national 9-1-1 standards and initiatives. The state program is
committed to collaboration and communication with local, regional and national
agencies to deliver 9-1-1 services in Oregon.
Below is a series of links to some of these organizations.
to Washington (GTW) – An interactive forum to
learn about and discuss national 9-1-1 issues and advance those issues on
Capitol Hill by making public safety a priority for our elected and appointed
The Oregon Chapter of APCO-NENA
– An organization devoted
to the advancement of Public Safety Communications in Oregon with members that
span the entire state of Oregon