We are excited to wish everyone a happy National Public Safety Telecommunicator Week (NPSTW). Initially conceived in 1981 by Patricia Anderson of the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office in California, NPSTW was created to raise public awareness of the hard work and dedication of public safety Telecommunicators. In October 1991, APCO International successfully lobbied to receive a formal proclamation by Congress, which was signed by President Bill Clinton, designating the second full week in April as National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. We hope you enjoy the week.
Thank you for checking in on the release of the NWCDS RFP for CAD/LRMS/FRMS/Mobile Data. The consultants from Mission Critical Partners together with the NWCDS RFP Selection Committee continue to work on the final document. The RFP will be published the week of August 21, 2017. It is estimated that vendors will be given 8-weeks to submit proposals with a due date of October 20, 2017. Please email John Ferraro, Executive Director with any questions. JFerraro@nwcds.org Thank you.
We at NWCDS are proud to announce that veteran Operations Manager Sue Cooper has been named Illinois ACPO’s Supervisor of the Year. Sue was given this honor because of her project management of Emergency Fire Dispatch Accreditation (IAED), her role as MABAS Coordinator, her involvement with the Everbridge Notification System, her position on the IL-TERT Board, and the supervision of NWCDS employees. She will be presented with the award at this year’s IPSTA 9-1-1 conference in Springfield on November 8, 2016.
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