National NENA Links:

National NENA Homepage

National NENA Programs

How to Become an ENP

Click here to download Michigan PSAP Consolidation Considerations

2014 Michigan NENA Officers:

 

President:

Dee Ann Summersett, ENP

Supervisor

Tuscola County 9-1-1
989-673-8738 ext. 201
 

Vice President:

Chris Collum

Director

Clinton County Central Dispatch

(989) 224-5109

 

Secretary:

Mark Jongekrijg 

Systems Manager

Ottawa County Central Dispatch
(616) 994-7800
 

Treasurer:

Michelle Katt

Assistant Director

Bay County Central Dispatch

(989) 895-4176

 

Past President:

April Heinze, ENP

Director

Eaton County Central Dispatch

(517) 543-4924

 

Welcome to Michigan NENA!

Announcements:

Our next Chapter meeting is September 11, 2014 at 10am at the Alice & Jack Wirt Public Library  Center/Madison Sts in Bay City, MI.
There will be a training session after lunch by Theresa Hart on the Dispatcher Training/Tracking Program Update.  
Lunch is $10-box style.

Old Announcements:

The Public Safety Group presents STATE of MICHIGAN APPROVED DISPATCHER TRAINING. Click here for more information.

The Michigan Chapter of the National Emergency Number Association (NENA) is proud to host the 2014 Michigan NENA Annual Conference May 19 – 22, 2014 (Please make note of the 4-day change) at the Crown Plaza Hotel (previously the Lexington Lansing Hotel), 925 South Creyts Rd. Lansing. 

Click here for more information.

Now accepting nominations for the Michigan NENA Little Heroes Award.

The goal of the Michigan NENA Little Hero committee is to recognize a child under the age of 13 that dials 9-1-1 to save a life, property, or report a crime.

In the past we have focused on the child who has saved a life and had a positive outcome. Our views have changed, in that, we want to promote 9-1-1 to children and recognize and encourage them for using the system to help others.

Nominate your child callers by clicking here.