2019 Grant Program Awards Press Release
The federal grant has been awarded to Kansas. We will have more information on how 911 centers can apply for a grant soon. The subcommittee has a meeting this coming week to work on finalizing the requirements and approved projects. Read more about the grant at the link below. 911-Grant-Program-Awards-Press-Release-Aug-2019
January 2020 Lunch and Learn – Writing and Maintaining Policy for the Communications Center
Join us on Wednesday, January 22, 2020 at noon for one hour for a web conference featuring Emily Papa from Dickinson County who will present on Writing and Maintaining Policy for the Communications Center. The web conference will be recorded and posted to the website for review if you are unable to attend. Dial-in number…
Statewide Tornado Drill -March 3rd 10AM
Tornado Drill The National Weather Service in Topeka will conduct a Tornado Drill @ 10am Tuesday, March 3rd. Everyone is encouraged to participate in the drill by practicing seeking secure, safe shelter from a tornado. This test will be broadcast over NOAA All Hazards Weather Radio and many local television and radio stations. Local officials may also sound…
National Public-Safety Telecommunicators Week 2022 — We Honor You..
The KS911 Coordinating Council honors and celebrates those unseen, unsung heroes behind the headset, this week and every day. We are honored and privileged to work with and support you 7/24/365. #KS911PROUD #EMERGENCYRESONDERS #FIRSTFIRSTRESPONDER #FAMILY
Happy 53rd Birthday 911!
February 16, 1968 sees the first official “911” call placed in the United States. Now taken for granted as first course of action in the event of emergency by nearly all of the nation’s 327 million people, 911 is a relatively recent invention and was still not standard across the United States for many years…