This quarter’s Young Professional Spotlight is Monica McCullough. Monica is a 29-year-old Communications Training Officer for Williamson County Department of Emergency Communications in Franklin, TN.
APCO Scholarship Application Period Is Open
APCO Full and Associate Members are eligible to apply for scholarships funding professional development and career advancement.
The application period for general scholarships opens January 1 and closes March 31. The CPE scholarship application period begins January 1 and ends February 15.
Read Your January / February PSC Magazine
The latest digital edition of PSC Magazine is available now, featuring the following stories and more.
- Video Convergence and the ECC
- Troubleshooting a CAD Outage
- Alarm Verification and Response
PSC Magazine is an APCO members only benefit.
Keeping You Up to Date
APCO is your source for public safety communications news that affects you, your job and your community.
Intrado Is Mapping a Course for NextGen GIS Success in Public Safety
Data can be incredibly valuable; but like most things that are worth a lot, it needs to be maintained. That’s certainly true of 9-1-1 data. Ask anyone who oversees the geographic information system (GIS) data for a city, county or state, and you’ll get an earful about just how tough this can be.
Silent Key: Charles F. English
Charles F. English, 94, a past president of APCO International, 1984-1985, and lifetime APCO member, passed away November 5 in Cary, North Carolina.
APCO Seeks Working Group Members to Create a Supplemental Emergency Responder Recommendation Standard
APCO International has issued a call for participation for working group members to participate in the development of APCO candidate ANS for Supplemental Emergency Responder Recommendations.
Thank You to Our Partners
Corporate Partner Spotlight
Tyler Technologies uses its resources, domain expertise, and passion for the public sector to deliver software solutions that prioritize public safety agencies’ experience. By offering software solutions for CAD, records, mobility, and more, Tyler public safety partners with agencies to foster trust with citizens and create safer communities.