despp: Division of Statewide Emergency Telecommunications (DSET)


 
The goal of the Division of Statewide Emergency Telecommunications (DSET) is to provide for the development and maintenance of coordinated state-wide emergency service Telecommunications for public safety organizations and to the residents of the State of Connecticut.

 
DSET is responsible for the 9-1-1 Emergency Telecommunications System, Public Safety Data Network, Public Safety Frequency Coordination, Public Safety Telecommunicator Training, Geographic Information Systems, the CT Alert Emergency Notification System, and to provide  support for the consolidation of public safety answering points.
 
William Youell
Director
{DSET Staff}
   
 
   News and Announcements


NG9-1-1 Cutover Schedule


The Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection, Division of Statewide Emergency Telecommunications (DSET) with its partner AT&T, will commence deployment of the West Safety Services VIPER NG9-1-1 call handling solution on January 19, 2017.


The deployment schedule is below.  You will be contacted by AT&T well in advance of your cutover, to advise you of equipment delivery and information about training, timelines and activities which will take place at cutover.  Please bear in mind, that while we will do everything possible to maintain this schedule, due to the scope and complexity of this deployment it is possible that schedule changes may occur.


If you have any questions please contact Chris Manouse, AT&T Client Services Project Manager at 203 217-7826 or cm1784@att.com


NG9-1-1 Cutover Schedule 2017



NG9-1-1 System Update

 

Please open the link below for an important announcement from A&T regarding transition of NG 911 system.  


DSET remains committed to communicating with all of our customers and will continue to provide updates as they become available. In the meantime, if you have questions please call our main number at 860-685-8080.

 

AT&T NG9-1-1 Sytem Announcement  



CT Alert

 The addition of the Community Engagement Module makes it easier to opt-in to receive alerts



Voiance Language Services Replaces Language Line

Effective March 1st, 2016, the State of Connecticut’s contracted interpretation service provider will be Voiance Language Services.  The dedicated number to access the services is 1-844-514-0030.

 

It is important that you make any necessary changes in your contact lists, speed dials, matrices, transfers, etc.   PSAP dedicated PIN Numbers and the procedures on how to access Voiance, were mailed to each PSAP.   If you have questions please contact carey.thompson@ct.gov or 860-685-8031.

Restrictions for use will remain in effect, specifically; DSET will not pay for any translation services that are not directly related to a 9-1-1 call. Your town may choose to purchase additional translation services directly through Voiance.



DSET Newsletter


Please click below to view  first edition of the DSET Newsletter.  This publication is  intended  to keep you updated on news and developments which relate to 9-1-1 emergency telecommunications.


Special thanks to Carey Thompson for all of her contributions!


DSET Newsletter May 2015



Frontier Communication Procedures for the Legacy E9-1-1 System Repair

Frontier Letter to PSAPs

Frontier Escalation Procedures

  

FCC Announcement Regarding Multiline Telephone Systems (MLTS) and 9-1-1

 





   Featured Links

   
 
 
 
First Responder Network Authority
 
 
 

National Emergency Number Association (NENA)

 

http://www.nena.org/

 

 

Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO)

 

http://www.apco911.org/

 

 

 

CT ECO  2012 Orthophotography

 

http://www.cteco.uconn.edu/help/info_orthos2012.htm

 

Public Education Resources

Public Education Resources






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