Los Alamos County Receives 911 Emergency Communications Professional Standards Three-Year Accreditation

From right, the four NMC officers: President Jonathan Aragon in blue jacket, President Elect Eddy County Sheriff Mark Cage with the cowboy hat, Vice President Curry County Clerk Annie Hogland and Past President Bernalillo County Clerk Linda Stover, and Los Alamos County Intergovernmental Affairs Danielle Duran. Also, in the back is NMC Loss Prevention Manager Greg Rees. Courtesy/NMC

NMC News:

SANTA FE — The New Mexico Emergency Communications (NMC) Professional Standards Council (NMECPSC) awarded Los Alamos County with its first three-year Accreditation certificate for 911 Emergency Communications.

New Mexico Counties recognized Los Alamos County during the 2023 New Mexico Counties Legislative Conference Jan. 19 in Santa Fe. 

An initiative of New Mexico Counties, NMECPSC’s mission is to enhance the professionalism, uniformity, and consistency in the operation of 911 Emergency Communication Centers in New Mexico. In 2014, NMECPSC developed a voluntary accreditation program based on recommendations of organizations, policies and procedures of emergency communications across the nation. 

To date, four counties have attained accreditation status.


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