The Advisory Council is conducting a needs assessment survey to determine the training needs of communication specialists regarding the response to domestic violence. The survey will take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete. Please respond by May 30, 2013.
The Advisory Council will use the information you provide to update and expand previously developed curricula, best practices, and training materials. Additionally, training for criminal justice professionals will be held across Kansas using the updated materials.
Thank you in advance for providing this valuable information.
The survey is accessed via this link: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CommunicationsAssess
911 Liaison Named
Scott Ekberg has been selected for the position of 911 Liaison and he will begin his service to the 911 Coordinating Council on May 13, 2013. Scott has extensive public safety experience in Kansas, including Director of the Barton County Communications Center, and he most recently was employed in the Kansas Office of Emergency Communications for the past four years.
Scott lives in Great Bend, Kansas and will continue to work out of the Adjutant General’s Department. Scott will receive direction on Council related activities and programs from myself and our Committee Chairs.
This collaboration between the Adjutant General’s Department and the 911 Coordinating Council will provide a cost-effective approach to staffing this position as well as to ensure continued coordination of 911 and public safety communications initiatives in Kansas. I very much appreciate the willingness of the TAG and of Col. Stratmann in working with the Council to enhance our support services to Kansas PSAPs.