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Governor Laura Kelly appoints new chairman.
Monday May 1st, 2023, Governor Laura Kelly appointed Haskell County Sheriff Troy Briggs as Chairman of the KS911 Coordinating Council.
Governor Kelly said the council’s purpose is to monitor the delivery of 911 services, develop strategies for future enhancements to the 911 system and distribute available grant funds to Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs).
Sheriff Briggs started his career in Law Enforcement in 1995. He was elected Sheriff in 2009. He has served two terms of service on the KS911 Coordinating Council, representing the KS Sheriff’s Association. We look forward to Sheriff Briggs leadership and continuation of support in the council’s mission of “Enhancing Public Safety by Providing Statewide Access to Next Generation 911 Services.
Scott Ekberg, KS State 911 Administrator