The Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security shall establish an E-911 Border Response Workgroup. The Workgroup shall assess the deficiencies related to the timely routing of Emergency 911 (E911) calls to the appropriate public-safety answering point (PSAP) across either state or county borders. At a minimum, the workgroup should work with stakeholders to collect information on problems with the current system and processes; review mitigation solutions already implemented by localities and citizen groups; determine best practices; and provide inputs and recommendations to the General Assembly on technology, training, and compensation that would be necessary to address the identified deficiencies. The Secretary shall provide the recommendations of the Workgroup to the Governor and General Assembly no later than April 1, 2021.
- Charter for the E-911 Border Response Workgroup
- 9-1-1 Comprehensive Plan
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