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Public Safety Agencies and Associations

  1. International Association of Chiefs of Police
  2. International Association of Fire Chiefs
  3. National Sheriffs' Association
  4. Major Cities Chiefs Association
  5. Metropolitan Fire Chiefs Association
  6. Major County Sheriffs' Association
  7. Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials, International
  8. National Emergency Management Association
  9. International Association of Emergency Managers
  10. Police Executive Research Forum
  11. National Criminal Justice Association
  12. National Association of Police Organizations
  13. National Volunteer Fire Council
  14. National Troopers' Coalition
  15. National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives
  16. Association of Air Medical Services
  17. Advocates for Emergency Medical Services
  18. Emergency Nurses Association
  19. National Association of Emergency Medical Services Physicians
  20. National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians
  21. National Association of State Emergency Medical Service Officials
  22. National Emergency Medical Services Management Association
  23. International Municipal Signal Association
  24. American Probation and Parole Association
  25. InterAgency Board for Equipment Standardization and Interoperability
  26. Congressional Fire Services Institute
  27. Wichita Falls Texas Fire Department
  28. Oregon Fire Chiefs Association
  29. National Association of Attorneys Generals
  30. State and Local Government

  31. National Governors Association
  32. National Association of Counties
  33. National League of Cities
  34. United States Conference of Mayors
  35. Council of State Governments
  36. International City/County Managers Association
  37. National Conference of State Legislatures
  38. National Association of Regional Councils
  39. The National Association of State Chief Information Officers
  40. State of New York
  41. State of Nevada
  42. State of Oregon
  43. State of Iowa
  44. State of Illinois
  45. State of Maryland
  46. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal
  47. Other National Associations

  48. Communications Workers of America
  49. American Public Works Association
  50. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials
  51. Alarm Industry Communications Committee
  52. The National Association of State Technology Directors
  53. Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council (SBEC)
  54. Public Safety Industry

  55. Alcatel-Lucent
  56. AT&T
  57. EADS
  58. Harris
  59. Kenwood
  60. Motorola
  61. Northrop Grumman
  62. Verizon
  63. Raytheon
  64. Rivada
  65. Zetron
  66. L.R. Kimball
  67. Advanced Response Concepts Corporation
  68. The Digital Decision, LLC
  69. TASER International
  70. CALAMP Wireless Networks
  71. Televate

Letters of Support

  • December 15th, 2011 |Permalink

    PSA Letter to Majority Leader Reid and Republican Leader McConnell

    We urge the Senate to pass legislation that includes D Block allocation to public safety with sufficient funding to expedite nationwide construction of the public safety broadband network that includes rural America, and does not include damaging provisions to require 700 MHz narrowband giveback, nor an unworkable and unaccountable private entity “administrator” governance model. Additionally, the PSA urges the Senate to maximize state and local flexibility in allowing enhanced “secondary use” of the public safety broadband network by non-public safety entities and users, as well as with respect to forming public and private partnerships that best meet their specific needs to assure sustainment of their mission-critical public safety broadband systems. In sum, the PSA strongly believes that S.911 best provides these priorities, and we urge you together as the Senate’s leadership to replace the Walden JOBS Act provisions that compose Title IV of H.R. 3630 with language similar to S. 911 for Senate passage of the overall bill. Click here to download the full letter.

  • August 26th, 2011 |Permalink

    National Association of Attorneys General

    The 112th Congress is considering the passage of several bills on D-Block wireless communication that would allocate a specific broadband spectrum to public safety, designating this bandwidth for law enforcement use - and finally creating the truly interoperable communications network that law enforcement and emergency responders have needed for decades. We understand that Congress may take action on this important legislation prior to the 10th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks. Nothing could be more appropriate than marking this solemn anniversary by making a genuine commitment to public safety communication, for this and future generations.

  • May 31st, 2011 |

    Oregon Fire Chiefs Association

  • May 31st, 2011 |

    Paul De Young, retired Fire Chief City of Hialeah and Broward County Florida

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