Each spring and fall, public safety telecommunicators, supervisors, managers and technicians attend the Missouri Public Safety Communications Conference to keep their skills sharp. That is only possible by the industry professionals who dedicate themselves to bettering their peers through providing continuing education.
Speaker Application: January 15, 2022
What you'll need!
In order to submit your application to present at the Missouri Public Safety Communications Conference, there is some information that we will need! If this is your first time submitting to speak at the MPSCC, we invite you to visit our First Time Speakers page.
We’re looking for training that benefits all facets of emergency communications – from the frontline operators to the administrative staff to the technical wizards who keep the equipment in tip-top shape! Do you have insight on how to solicit information from a child caller? Do you have the knowledge to share about new and amazing technologies that are on the horizon? Or, do you have an amazing way to connect trainer and trainee? No matter what the public safety communications topic, we need speakers to lead the way!
Fall 2022 Attendee Requests
The following topics were requested by attendees of the Fall 2022 conference on their end-of-session surveys. Please know that even if your session is not related to a below topic it will still be considered!
- Active Shooter
- Officer Down
- Lessons Learned
- Interacting with Field Responders
- Coping with calls when the calltaker knows the caller
- Radio techniques
- Domestic Violence
- Emergency Medical Dispatch related sessions.
- Frontline Supervision
- Supervision and Management
- Problem Solving and Resolution
- Leadership, Management and Administration
- Creating policies and procedures
- Supervision and management
- the impact of command-level decisions down the chain of command
- Social media engagement and management
- Engagement with staff
- Engagement with overnight staff
- Health and Wellness
- Mental health
- PTSD and Complex PTSD related topics (non-incident specific)
- “nightshift blues”