Public Safety Communications Board

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This board consists of agency administrators and elected officials from local governments throughout the region and is primarily responsible for executive level policy guidance and oversight for the regional 911 and interoperable communications systems. The overriding purpose of the board is to ensure these systems are a high quality; reliable method of interoperable communications available to all regional public safety personnel.  It is the responsibility of the board to ensure that the 911 and regional communications systems meet the needs of and are financed equitably among participants.

Next Meeting

Meeting Archive

Document Name Publication Date
PSC_Board_Meeting_042424_Agenda Wed, Apr 24 2024
January 21, 2024 PSCB Meeting Summary Mon, Apr 22 2024
October 25, 2023 PSCB Meeting Summary Tue, Jan 30 2024
January_24_2024_PSCB_Meeting_Summary Mon, Jan 29 2024
July 26, 2023 PSCB Meeting Summary Wed, Jul 26 2023

Meeting Information

The Public Safety Communications Board meets virtually every three months.


Missouri Co-Chair
Sheriff Mark Owen, Platte County, Missouri

Kansas Co-Chair
Deputy Chief Eric Houston, Overland Park, Kansas