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  • IDAHO PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

    2020 ANNUAL REPORT TO THE IDAHO LEGISLATURE

    Prepared by:

    STATE OF IDAHO PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

    January 09, 2020

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    • FY 2017 Grants: $247,303 returned to grant fund.

    • FY 2018 Grants: Released $1,368,580.11 and have paid out $791,236. $577,343 rem

    ains in the fund.

    • FY 2019 Grants: $2,731,746.29 and have paid out $1,078,188. $1,574,133 rem

    ains in the fund.

    • FY 2020 Grants: $1,544,815 w

    ill be released.

    • 40 counties participate in the grant fund program

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    as form ed 1 July 2016. Added representation to the new

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    ore local input (District Interoperability Governance Board [DIGB]). Now

    includes all of public safety (911 call taking, dispatch, radio, and broad band or data).

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    have text to 911 live, 2 are in the process of putting text to 911 in place. By the end of the 1st quarter of 2020 it is projected that 100% of counties w

    ill have text to 911 live.

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    m ission has approved an Request for Proposal (RFP) for Consultant Services in

    preparation of w orking on Next Generation 911 for Idaho.

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    Idaho Public Safety Communications Commission 2020 Annual Report to the Idaho Legislature

    Idaho Public Safety Communications Commission 2020 Annual Report to the Idaho Legislature

    Overview In 2016, the Idaho Public Safety Communications Commission (IPSCC) was formed from the Idaho Emergency Communications Commission (IECC) with new legislation that expanded IPSCC responsibilities. The IPSCC continues the work started by the IECC (established 2004) to address the needs and improve the 9-1-1 telephone systems operated by Idaho counties and cities throughout the state. The Commission includes Consolidated Emergency Communications System Centers that are referred to as dispatch centers or Public Safety Answering Points (PSAP). The process is considered a “system” from call initiation to resolution of the call. Telephone, radio, and data are included in the responsibilities of the IPSCC where the IECC only addressed 911 telephony. The PSAPs are termed consolidated under Idaho law as all vital public safety agencies are dispatched out of the center, and the PSAPs then send the necessary assistance whether it is law enforcement, fire, or emergency medical services without the caller needing to dial separate numbers. The IPSCC has the duty to: • Provide the governance structure through which public safety communications

    stakeholders can collaborate to advance consistency and common objectives, • To provide integrated facilitation and coordination for cross-jurisdictional consensus

    building, • To assist in the standardization of agreements for sharing resourc