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Welcome to the Ohio 9-1-1 Program Office

The Ohio 9-1-1 Program Office coordinates and facilitates communication concerning 9-1-1 issues among state, federal, regional and local 9-1-1 and public safety communications officials. Specifically, the office coordinates all Emergency Services Internet Protocol Network (ESINet) Steering Committee activities to facilitate Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG 9-1-1) state level efforts within the scope of wireless 9-1-1. The implementation of NG 9-1-1 will provide citizens with advanced communication capabilities when calling for emergency services, including police, fire and emergency medical services. Additionally, through use of the ESINet, NG 9-1-1 will become a seamless, coordinated and efficient system available to all local 9-1-1 centers throughout Ohio.

PSAP Managers: For any 9-1-1 service issues, please contact your service provider.  If you are having difficulty getting issues resolved, you may contact the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio by emailing OutageReport@puc.state.oh.us.


Upcoming Meetings

The next ESINet Steering Committee meeting is scheduled for August 25, 2020 at 11:00 AM. 

Teleconference will be MSTeams - below is the call-in information:

+1 614-721-2972   United States, Columbus (Toll)
Conference ID: 721 040 334
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The Ohio PSAP Operations Subcommittee meeting dates to accept public feedback on the upcoming review/revisions of the existing PSAP operating rules
 (OAC 5507-1) will be:

August 19, 2020 beginning 1:00PM – call-in information:

Meeting number (access code): 160 304 6744

 

Meeting password: teDpZNTF256

Wednesday, August 19, 2020

1:00 am  |  (UTC-04:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)  |  3 hrs


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Next Meeting:

September 23, 2020 beginning 10:00AM – teleconference

Public Service Announcement

Click here to view the public service announcement from the 9-1-1 Program Office about knowing your location when you call 9-1-1.