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The Statewide 9-1-1 Board replaced the wireless 9-1-1 board on July 1, 2012 when Indiana's new 9-1-1 law became effective. The board is a quasi-state government agency established by IC 36-8-16.7 and operates under the Indiana Treasurer's Office. It has statewide jurisidication over 9-1-1 services. It's chair, by statute, is an elected official - the state treasurer. The board's two primary responsibilities include collecting surcharges from all communication service providers and distributing the funding to local units of government, as well as the operation of a statewide public safety ESInet for 9-1-1 calls.
The board comprises fifteen members; three PSAP representatives, one county sheriff, one county commissioner, one municipal government, one large LEC, one small LEC, one VOIP provider, one CMRS provider, state fire marshal, superintendent of state police, director of homeland security, state GIS coordinator and the state treasurer. Appointees serve at the pleasure of the Governor.
The Honorable Kelly Mitchell Members Ed Reuter Brad Meixell Doug Carter James Greeson Shane Rekeweg Kevin Overmyer Greg Hohlier Greg Gomolka Wesley Bennett Stephen Reid Kevin McGuire James (Jim) Sparks David Kane
Treasurer of Indiana
White County 911
Clark County E911
Indiana State Police
State Fire Marshal
Indiana Sheriff's Association
Association of County Commissioners
Town of Plainfield
317-839-2561 Ext 211
Enhanced Telecommunications Corp.
Indiana Office of Technology
Indiana Department of Homeland Security
The Honorable Kelly Mitchell
James (Jim) Sparks