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911 Services: Most States Used 911 Funds for Intended Purposes, but FCC Could Improve Its Reporting on Statesäó» Use of Funds
Mark L. Goldstein (au)
Wireless E911 service refers to the capability of 911 call takers to automatically receive location information from 911 callers using mobile phones. The current E911 system is not designed to accommodate emergency communications from the range of new technologies in common use today that support text, data, and video. Although deploying wireless E911 and NG911 is the responsibility of state and local governments, the Fed. Communications Comm. (FCC) is required by law to report annually on the funds states collect to provide 911 services such as E911. The Next Generation 911 Advancement Act of 2012 required this review of statesäó» collection and use of 911 funds. It presents information on (1) progress implementing wireless E911 in the last decade; (2) statesäó» collection and use of 911 funds and the usefulness of FCCäó»s reporting on this issue; and (3) challenges to implementing NG911 services and federal efforts to facilitate its deployment. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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