This is the premier event for public safety communications professionals offering over 25 expert-led sessions, presented on a variety of industry hot topics to benefit the many facets of the public safety profession. The presenters leading the sessions are industry experts who bring real-life working experience to the classroom. This conference continues to grow due to the suitable schedule, timely information and appropriate collaboration at a low cost.
“The Oklahoma Public Safety Conference is 2 ½ days packed full of classes. It's inexpensive which helps the smaller communities that can't afford high priced classes for their communication officers,” said Lt. Bridget Stout, Communications Supervisor, Elk City Police Department.
Over 6,000 square feet of groundbreaking technology will be on display in the exhibit hall. Conference attendees can meet the vendors and discuss products that are used in the industry.
“As a 9-1-1 coordinator, the event offers a time for cognitive discussion with like partners in the public safety arena. We network with other coordinators, view the latest technology during the vendor show and come home with new ideas taken from the many education and training sessions,” said Rod Neal, Ottawa County 911 Coordinator.
Outstanding dispatchers will be honored along with a special 911 hero from Oklahoma at the annual banquet. Many extraordinary gifts will be presented to other honorees and attendees as well.The Oklahoma Chapters of the Association of Public-Safety Communication Officials (APCO) and the National Emergency Number Association (NENA) plan and facilitate the conference. Preregistration can be accessed at okpsc.org.
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