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2020 PSCS Radio Summit
CANCELLED

PLEASE NOTE:  In an abundance of caution and for the protection and safety of our highly valued and loyal participants and sponsors, we regret to inform you that the 2020 Public Safety Radio Summit scheduled for May 6th & 7th has been cancelled. With the Summit scheduled just a short 7-weeks out and the uncertainty of what the future holds during this state of emergency, the Summit Planning Committee made the tough decision this morning to cancel. The Emery Reynolds Lifetime Achievement Award, the Career Achievement and the Event Achievement Awards will be presented to the award winner(s) at a later date when it becomes safe to congregate for a meeting. We are working through the process for refunds for paid registrations. More will follow on that in a later communication. We greatly apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and we hope to see you at the 2021 Summit! - Summit Planning Committee -

Awards!

Public Safety Communications Achievement Award & Career Achievement

Submit Nominations by March 31st

Each year the PSCS requests nominations for the Emery Reynolds Lifetime Achievement Award. Other awards are Career Achievement & Event Achievement.   The link below will explain the criteria for each award.   Don't let someone deserving miss out on one of these distinguished awards.  Nominate Today!

Award Criteria
Send your nominations to Glen Klaich!


Sponsorship Opportunity

As a sponsor of the 2020 PSCS Radio Summit, your contribution will be supporting training efforts toward improved operability, interoperability, and problem solving in the public safety communications arena.

Call for Presentations
Due: February 29, 2020

The Planning Committee is looking for dynamic speakers with great stories and insights about what's new and relevant in the communications world.   Have an idea in mind?  Follow the link below.

Keynote Speaker
Sheriff Justin Smith, Larimer County Sheriff's Office
Justin Smith began his career with the Larimer County Sheriff's Office in 1991. For the next 20 years, he served in every division of the sheriff's
office, promoting through the ranks to the position of major. Justin was elected and took office in 2011 and has since been re-elected two additional times. Justin is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and the National Sheriffs Institute and he has both his bachelor's and master's degrees in criminal justice. From 2004 through 2010, Justin also served as an adjunct professor in criminal justice at CSU in Fort Collins. He has also served as president of the Colorado Jail Association, the County Sheriffs of Colorado and the FBI National Academy Associates, Rocky Mountain Chapter. Sheriff Smith is also a member of the board of directors for the National Sheriffs Association, currently a co-chair of the homeland security committee.Justin has also served on a variety of local non-profit boards around Larimer County. Justin and his wife Anne live in Fort Collins and have two grown sons. Anne has served as both a wildland firefighter and a 911 dispatcher and their youngest son serves as a 911 dispatcher for the Boulder County Sheriff's Office.


Who Should Attend the Summit

*Federal, State, County and Local Public Safety Personnel

*Colorado's Neighboring States
*CEO's, Command Staff, Radio & IT Technicians

*First Responders & Telecommunicators
*Any government employee interested in Public Safety Communications