We’re excited to once again return to the hustle and bustle of city life in Kansas City and we hope to see you there! Registration is now open for the 2022 Fall Combined Conference!
2022 Missouri Public Safety Communications Award Winners This year during the Spring MPSCC Awards Banquet, emergency communications professionals from around Missouri gathered to celebrate the accomplishment of their peers. Nominations were solicited through the early part of the year. Nominations were then reviewed by a committee comprised of the MPSCC Chair as well as the […]
The conference is only two weeks away and we’re ready to release out Mobile Application! This application will be the most up-to-date information for the Spring Conference!
We’re excited to announce that master illusionust Reza is joining us as our Tuesday night entertainment, following the awards banquet!
With everything from Dealing with Difficult Bosses to NG9-1-1 GIS Data, this conference has something for the frontline operator, supervisor, trainer, technician or Director! We’re pleased to release the first look at our TENTATIVE spring matrix!
We’re quickly approaching the Spring 2022 MPSCC… Like… quick! We can’t keep it under wraps any longer so with great fanfare, the MPSCC is excited to announce our Keynote Speaker – Doug Showalter! Doug Showalter recently retired after 30 years with the California Highway Patrol. During his tenure he was selected to supervise a complete […]
There is still time! Don’t worry! You haven’t missed out on nominating your favorite person in public safety communications to be recognized at our annual conference! Deadline February 1 Days Hours Minutes Seconds The nomination process is no longer open for 2022. Please consider submitting a nomination next year! Award Categories: Director Supervisor ‘George Major’ Trainer Telecommunicator […]
MPSCC Chairperson April Ford and Missouri APCO President Zachary Dykes review the application process for the annual Missouri Public Safety Communications Awards Program.
Most of you have already heard this devastating news. We lost a Giant in our industry yesterday. A true man of his word and selfless individual. We are incredibly heartbroken to share the terrible news that Matthew Knight, (SDR and MPSCC) passed away Monday morning while in the hospital.
Have knowledge that needs to be shared with your fellow emergency communicators? No fear, this is the perfect place to do it! The Missouri Public Safety Communications Conference is seeking applications to speak at our Spring Conference in Branson!