Conference Schedule


Educational sessions are the heartof the conference, and this year is no exception. Many new andexciting topics will be presented . Whether you are a boardmember, director, supervisor or telecommunicator, there issomething of interest to you. The following are a sampling of thesessions being offered this year.

Schedule as of 11/19/97 12:21

Monday @ 1:00 A – Requests for proposals/Bids – What to do, What not to do/Carol Mott
B- – Understanding Grief/Peggy Rainone (2 hours)
C – Wireless call tracking/Todd Radulski
2:00 A – Number portability/Mike Lassiter, BellSouth
B – Understanding Grief (continued)
C – Rural Street Addressing/Alexa Hart
3:00 A – ALEC’s & CLEC’s/Val Sapp, BellSouth
B – EMD Quality Assurance/Joe Acker
C – Dictaphone User Group/Bill Hollingsworth
4:00 A – Disaster RecoveryPlans/Vernon Lee, BellSouth
B – Employee Assistance Programs/Wayne Jackson
C – The Future in radio – is it 220 MHz?/Darryl Halstrom
Tuesday @ 8:00 Legalese and 9-1-1 – A 2 hr. general session by Kathy Knight
10:00 A 2 hr. general session on understanding phase 1 and phase 2, by a panel including XYPOINT, SCC and BellSouth
1:00 A – Public safety Radio/Greg Kiser,Ericsson
B – Domestic Violence/PowerPhone
2:00 A – TDD/TDY – Are you in compliance/Patty Beyer,U.S. Attorney’s Office
B – Frequency/Channel splitting/Charlie McAteer
3:00 A – “Roll your own”, Affordable CAD/Brad Cleveland
B – Victim/Witness Rights, Joe McDavid, U.S. Dep’t. of Justice
4:00 A – Building your own Web Site/ John Ellison
B- -Alternative 800 trunking/ Laura Bowden, Southern Communications
8:00 10:00
General session by Phillip Vannatter/9-1-1 and the Criminal Justice System