Public Safety Communications Advisory Program

Public Safety Communications Advisory Program



Greetings NENA Family and 9-1-1 Professionals!

The Texas NENA Executive Board has decided to make some changes to our Advisory Program that was previously known as TAT Texas Advisory Team and more recently known as Public Safety Communications Advisory Program PSCAP.

With the endless possibilities of technology these days, our profession constantly growing and expanding, we want to make it as easy as possible to connect with each other! We will be eliminating the requirement to apply to be a mentor or to have a mentor assigned to you. This page on the site will remain active, we will change the name and work to provide more consistent information to our members! We will use our Facebook page as a connection point for 9-1-1 professionals in Texas who want to participate in positive open discussions on 9-1-1 topics, view and or participate in Q&A posts as well having an additional resource for information on all of the exciting things happening with the 9-1-1 profession, training options or upcoming events in Texas!

If you're ever in need of direct communication, please don't hesitate to reach out to one of the NENA Executive Board members or visit our Facebook Page!

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