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  1. STATE 9-1-1 ADVISORY BOARD Making Your Voices Heard: How You Can Help Shape the Future of 9-1-1

  2. 9-1-1 Advisory Board • Authority • Membership - How do members get selected? • Role of the Board • What are they supposed to do? • Meetings - When and Where do they meet? • Who can attend? • How Can You Contribute? CALNENA CONFERENCE

  3. AUTHORITY • SB 911-Chapter 631, Statutes of 2004 • California Government Code Sections 53115.1 and 53115.2 CALNENA CONFERENCE

  4. MEMBERSHIP Board Members are Appointed by the Governor as Follows: • 1 Representative from California Highway Patrol • 2 Representatives from California Police Chiefs Assn • 2 Representatives from California State Sheriffs Assn • 2 Representatives from California Fire Chiefs Assn • 2 Representatives from CalNENA Executive Board • 1 Representative on Joint Recommendation from the State Chapters of APCO • Chief of the 9-1-1 Emergency Communications Office Will Serve as the Nonvoting Chairperson CALNENA CONFERENCE

  5. ROLE OF THE BOARD Advise the Public Safety Communications Division on: • Policies, Practices, and Procedures for the California 9-1-1 Emergency Communications Office • Technical and Operational Standards for the California 9-1-1 System Consistent with NENA Standards • Training Standards for County Coordinators and PSAP Managers • Budget, Funding, and Reimbursement Decisions Related to the State Emergency Telephone Number Account (SETNA) • Proposed Projects and Studies Conducted or Funded by the SETNA • Expediting the Rollout of Enhanced 9-1-1 Phase II CALNENA CONFERENCE

  6. MEETINGSWhen Does the Board Meet & Who Can Attend? • The Advisory Board Shall Meet Quarterly in Public Sessions in Accordance With the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act • Meetings Are Held Alternately in Northern and Southern California • Next Meeting is March 10th in San Diego San Diego County Administration Building 1700 Pacific Highway, Room 302-303 10 a.m. CALNENA CONFERENCE

  7. HOW CAN YOU CONTRIBUTE?We Need Your Help & Input!! • Contact Any Member of the Board with Your Ideas or Questions • Attend the Quarterly Meetings and Provide Input During the Public Comment Period • Keep Abreast of Board Action via the 9-1-1 Website (Agenda, Minutes, & related documents) CALNENA CONFERENCE

  8. ACTIVE BOARD COMMITTEES • AB 912 Implementation • PSAP Consolidation & Hosted Solutions • Outage Notification & Escalation • GIS • 9-1-1 Strategic Planning CALNENA CONFERENCE

  9. Edward N. Bonner, Sheriff Placer County (530) 889-7880 ebonner@placer.ca.gov Reginald Chappelle, Chief California Highway Patrol (916) 843-4000 rchappelle@chp.ca.gov Lisa J. Hoffmann, Deputy Director San Francisco Dept. of Emergency Mgmt (415) 558-3870 Office lisa.hoffmann@sfgov.org Mark N. Pazin, Sheriff Merced County (209) 385-7696 5101@co.merced.ca.us Lesli J. Wilson, Administrator North County Dispatch, JPA (858) 756-6042 Wilson@ncdjpa.org Peter M. Bryan, Chief (Ret.) (909) 481-0707 chiefpmb@earthlink.net Chris R. Hinshaw, 2nd Vice President CalNENA (619) 964-8584 chinshsh@pacbell.net Robert Nichelini, Chief Vallejo Police Department (707) 648-4540 rnichelini@ci.vallejo.ca.us Sam L. Spiegel, Chief Folsom Police Department (916) 355-7240 sspiegel@folsom.ca.us Louie “Chip” W. Yarborough, Director Heartland Fire Communications Authority (619) 441-5566 cyarborough@heartlandfire.net 9-1-1 BOARD MEMBERS CALNENA CONFERENCE

  10. QUESTIONS? For More Information, Visit the 9-1-1 Office Website: http://www.ocio.ca.gov/PSCD/911AdvisoryBd/default.htm CALNENA CONFERENCE