On November 14, 1961, twenty-seven individuals met in Greensboro, NC in what would be the first Chapter Meeting of North Carolina APCO. Now 60 years later we will come together again in Greensboro to celebrate 60 years during our first in-person North Carolina Chapter Meeting since January 2020!
You are invited to join us for the next North Carolina NENA & North Carolina APCO Chapter Meetings on at 10:00am on Friday, November 19, 2021.
The North Carolina APCO Chapter Meeting will include presentations from past Chapter Presidents and a display of Chapter History over the years and will be followed by a catered lunch courtesy of our Corporate Partners. Everyone in attendance will also receive a special North Carolina APCO 60th Anniversary commemorative gift.
We look forward to welcoming you as we begin the year of celebrations that recognize 60 Years of North Carolina APCO!
The deadline to RSVP for the Chapter Meeting has passed. We invite you to watch the meeting online.
Being a member of the North Carolina Chapter of the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials should be part of your professional development. Membership will provide you with training opportunities, access to publications, and advocacy at the state and national level on topics important to the public safety communication professional. You will establish professional contacts and make friendships that will last a lifetime.
APCO offers individual and group memberships for public safety practitioners and for companies that provide products and services to public safety communications agencies.
North Carolina APCO is a member driven association of communications professionals that provides leadership and opportunities; influences public safety communications decisions for government and industry; promotes professional development; and fosters the development and use of technology for the benefit of the public and responders.
APCO provides a plethora of training opportunities, including certification courses for Communications Training Officer (CTO) and Communications Center Supervisors. Training topics vary and the most up-to-date training schedule can be found on our Training Page.
North Carolina APCO also holds the Annual Training Symposium and the NC Public Safety Communications Conference on an annual basis.
Chapter Officers are installed at the Annual Conference. The current Chapter President is Grayson Gusa, First Vice-President is Christine Moore. Visit the Chapter Leaders page for contact information and to meet the other chapter officers.
The North Carolina 911 Board has produced a public service announcement that will soon be seen across the state to help promote the career field of public safety telecommunicators.
Joining North Carolina APCO will connect you to a larger community that understands your needs as a public-safety communications professional. From industry leading education to national advocacy, APCO provides the support you need to enhance your career at all levels!