2013 Spring 9-1-1 Goes to Denver
This page contains information from the 2013 (First Annual) 9-1-1 Goes to Denver Event, held March 26, 2013, in downtown Denver, Colorado.
What Is 911 Goes to Denver?
Modeled after the National Emergency Number Association's 9-1-1 Goes to Washington, this is a Colorado-focused 9-1-1 event to help local 9-1-1 professionals in the state of Colorado communicate with their elected state senators and representatives.
In the time leading up to the meeting, attendees are encouraged to contact their state representatives and senators to schedule meetings to discuss 9-1-1 issues in the State of Colorado.
9:00 am - Welcome and Overview
9:05 am - Colorado State Government Basics
9:30 am - Panel Discussion: Talking to Your Legislators
10:00 am - Overview of Representatives and Senators
10:15 am - break
10:30 am - Current Legislative Issues
11:00 am - Future Legislative Issues
11:30 am - Colorado 9-1-1 Training Standards
12:00 pm - lunch provided
1:00 pm - adjourn
Video of the Meeting
Note: Materials attributed to other sources were provided by those individuals at the event. The content of those materials are not endorsed by the Colorado 9-1-1 Resource Center. A full recording of the event will be posted in the near future.
- 9-1-1 Goes to Denver
- Colorado State Government Basics (Provided by Eric Bergman, Colorado Counties Incorporated)
- Communicating with your Legislators
- List and Contact Information for 2013 Colorado State Legislators
- CML's 10 Commandments of Effective Legislative Relations (Provided by Kevin Bommer, Colorado Municipal League)
- Future Legislation and Regulation (Provided by Joseph Benkert)
- Regulated and Unregulated 911 Flowchart (Provided by Joseph Benkert)
- HB 13-1255 Factsheet (Provided by Joseph Benkert)
Colorado Department of Regulatory Affairs
Conference Room 110D
Denver, CO 80202