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CONFERENCE

 


TENA is now accepting "Call For Papers" for the

2014 TENA Conference.

If you have a educational session that you would like to present, follow the link above.


 

 

Register today for the

Run for 9-1-1!

On the morning of Saturday, June 14, lace up your running or walking shoes in support of 9-1-1 training and wellness programs and participate in the Friends of 9-1-1 first-ever “Run for 9-1-1” charity 5k in Nashville, TN! 

The run/walk promotes healthy living among 9-1-1 professionals, gives the Nashville community and supporters from around the country a chance to say “thank you” to 9-1-1, and generates funds for scholarships and 9-1-1 training opportunities.

FOR FULL INFORMATION and REGISTRATION, CLICK HERE

 

 

 

 

OUR ORGANIZATION

The Tennessee Emergency Number Association (TENA) is a not-for profit corporation which was established in 1985 following the passage of the Emergency Communications Act.  The membership of TENA is comprised of public safety communications professionals representing the Emergency Communications District's throughout Tennessee. In addition, a number of individuals from commercial and industrial firms hold membership.

TENA is governed by a twelve member Board of Directors who are elected for two-year terms at the organization's Annual Conference.

Our members are dedicated to making 9-1-1 and emergency communications work better.

We measure our success in the lives that are saved by 9-1-1 each day.

OUR MISSION

To foster the technological advancement, availability and implementation of a universal 9-1-1 emergency telephone system by promoting research, planning, training and education.

OUR OBJECTIVES

The protection of human life, the preservation of property and the support of general community security are TENA's main objectives. TENA serves as a unified voice and a source for networking for Emergency Communications Districts across the state.  Acting as a unified organization to represent the interests of all districts statewide, TENA takes an active role in both legislative and operational concerns.

 


 

TN TERT is an initiative of TENA

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For further information regarding TENA, send e-mail to

TENAadmin@gmail.com

 

GOVERNMENT LINKS

TN Emer. Comm. Board

TN Legislature

TN Government

TN Information for Public Safety (TIPS)

FEMA

TEMA

Dept. of Homeland Security

FCC

National Weather Service - Memphis

National Weather Service - Nashville

National Weather Service - Huntsville

National Weather Service - Morristown

US GS - Memphis Center

 

PROFESSIONAL LINKS

NENA

APCO

TnAPCO (Tennessee Chapter)

NENA State Chapters

E 9-1-1 Institute

9-1-1 in Tennessee

9-1-1 Magazine

Professional Pride

Dispatch Monthly

Public Safety Training Consultants (PSTC)

National Emergency Communications Institute (NECI)

PowerPhone

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

ENP 9-1-1

The Emergency E-Mail & Wireless Network

Code Amber

Wireless & VoIP Network Operations Centers     rev:  01/16/2013

 

TENNESSEE EMERGENCY SERVICES LINKS

PSAP'S

Fire Departments

EMS Departments

Law Enforcement Agencies

Rescue Squads

EMA Agencies

TBI

THP

TDOS

TDOT

 

911 LINKS OF INTEREST

The History of 9-1-1

Emergency Numbers Around the World
How 911 Works
Wireless 911

What is VoIP

 

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