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Public Safety – Partnerships & Progress (Nebraska Style). Major Thomas Schwarten Nebraska State Patrol Jayne Scofield Nebraska Office of the Chief Information Officer. NASTD Midwest Regional Presentation 2010 Annual Conference and Technology Showcase Portland, Oregon

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Public Safety – Partnerships & Progress

(Nebraska Style)

Major Thomas Schwarten

Nebraska State Patrol

Jayne Scofield

Nebraska Office of the Chief Information Officer

NASTD Midwest Regional Presentation

2010 Annual Conference and Technology Showcase

Portland, Oregon

August 29 – September 2, 2010

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The History

  • 1975 – Division of Communications created
  • 1995 – First Study of Interoperability
  • 1999 – Task Force created and results given to Governor
  • 2001 – RFP prepared and released – not signed
  • 2004 – HS Grant funding begins for regional networks
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The History (Cont)

  • 2006 – First regional network activated.
    • Government Technology magazine – October 2009. Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman states “We started out by setting up regional networks with the ultimate idea that we would connect the regional networks and have a statewide system.” “We brought them all together. We outlined our goals.” “We’ll take our homeland security money that is coming from the federal government and put in a statewide interoperable communications system.” “Here is the other key: We had a very successful regional project….twenty five counties got together…… a lot of barriers dropped by the wayside”.
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The History (Cont)

  • 2007 – Funding for State network approved – System of systems
  • 2008 – RFP released and contract awarded to Motorola
  • 2009 – Create Governance Councils
  • 2009/2010 – Statewide system built
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What was NSP doing?

  • Use of low band radio technology
    • Model
  • For how long?????
  • Status of Allied Agencies
  • Status of communication with locals
    • Disparate systems
  • We’re taking over
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Challenges for Nebraska

  • Geographic size
  • Troop Headquarter locations
  • Paradigm shift within NSP
  • Phased in approach
  • Combining multiple radio bands into one
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Interoperability

  • Lessons learned from September 11, 2001
  • February 13, 2000
    • Charles Lanis Moses
  • 50 LE agencies – three states
  • Multiple days and Multiple crime scenes
  • Status of schools and citizens
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What are we doing now?

  • Motorola ASTRO25
  • P25 digital trunked VHF land mobile system
  • 51 tower sites across the state
  • Tower sites are owned or leased by state agencies, NPPD and local public safety entities
  • Network is a combination of fiber, Ethernet and point-to-point microwave links.
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Partners/Users/Governance

  • NPPD – 50%
    • Use of NOC and infrastructure
  • State Public Safety Agencies
  • Other State Agencies
  • Regions
  • Other Public Utilities
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From a Users Perspective

  • Phased in process, due to size of project
  • Geographical challenges
  • Ease of scanning old low band system gone as Phases come on line
    • Impact on locals when go-live date happened
  • Training of staff
  • Noted improvements & getting rid of the “old”
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Governance

  • Executive Orders
  • NCOR
    • Members
  • NWINS
    • Members
  • Struggles
    • Authority
    • SOP’s
    • User’s Groups
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Colonel Bryan Tuma

  • Nebraska State Patrol
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Questions & Answers

NASTD Midwest

Regional Presentation

2010 Annual Conference and Technology Showcase

Portland, Oregon

August 29 – September 2, 2010

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