On February 14, 2018, the NG9-1-1 Institute is hosting the 15th Annual 911 Honor Awards Reception and 50th Anniversary of 911 Celebration to honor heroes and leaders in the 911 field. The NG911 Honor Awards Reception is a widely attended public event - Members of the Congressional NG911 Caucus and other Members of Congress and their staff, federal agency staff, members of the public safety community, public safety vendors, and members of the general public are invited to attend.
The event is free – no reservation is required – and it is held in the Foyer of the Rayburn House Office Building – Capitol Hill – Washington, D.C. Wednesday, February 14, 2018 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EST), with the Awards presentation scheduled to begin 6:00pm.
The NG911 Honor Awards Reception is a widely attended public event. Congressional staff, the general public, public safety professionals, and members of the press are welcome.
Senator Brian Schatz (HI)
Representative Robert Aderholt (AL-4th)
FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel
Honorable Heidi King, Deputy Administrator, NHSTA
15th Annual Honor Award Winners
Government Leader Award – Cheryl Kagan, Maryland State Senator
911 Industry Professional Award – Roger Marshall, Senior Member Technical Staff, Comtech
911 Public Safety Professional Award – Tamika Greer, Telecommunicator, Largo FL Police Department
911 Call Center / Program Award – Monmouth County New Jersey 911 Center
911 Call Center / Program Award – Orange County Florida Sheriff’s Office, 911 Communications Section
NG911 Awareness Award – District of Columbia Office of Unified Communications
When: Wed Feb. 14 - 10:00 pm
Thu Feb. 15 1:00 am
Address: Rayburn House Office Building
Washington DC,US 20515
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