2019 SESSIONS

Thursday, FEBRUARY 21st, 2019

855 AM - Summit Begins

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855AM Opening Prayer


Paul Nave, ENP, 911 Director, Owensboro-Daviess County 911


9AM Opening Remarks by The 911 Summit Moderator


Chris Freeman, ENP, Communications Director, Barren-Metcalfe Emergency Communications Center


915AM Host Community Welcome


MD Armstrong, Mayor, City of Glasgow 

Michael Hale, Judge Executive, Barren County

930 AM - Risk Management

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Lead Panelist

Robert Stack, Director, Lexington E-911


Supporting Panelists 

Paul Nave, ENP, 911 Director, Owensboro-Daviess County 911

April Dunbar, ENP, Communications Supervisor, Barren-Metcalfe Emergency Communications Center

 LaDonna Corielle, Director, Marshall County 911 


Core Topics: Open Records Requests, Policies, Accreditations, and Hidden Risks in the PSAP  

1025AM - Director vs. Supervisor

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Lead Panelist 

Russ Clark, ENP, Director, Bluegrass 911 Communications


Supporting Panelists

  Candy Wilson, ENP, Assistant Director, Bluegrass 911 Communications  

Wes Dillon, Director, Cambellsville-Taylor County Emergency Communications Center

Scott Chelf, Deputy Director, Cambellsville-Taylor County Emergency Communications Center



Core Topics: Collaboration and Conflicts, Vision vs. Supervision, Balancing the Dynamic of the Director and the Supervisor Relationship and Yielding its Greatest Potential


1115PM - Motivating Employees & Morale

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Lead Panelist

Todd Sparrow, Director, Lawrenceburg Police Department


Supporting Panelists 

Ginger Lawrence, Director, Logan County ECC

Katie Dusing, Supervisor, Northern Kentucky Airport Police Department 

Ashley Hawks, Assistant Director, Kenton County 911


Core Topics: "You Led the Horse to Water, but How Do You Make It Drink?," How to Identify When Morale is Declining, Knowing the Difference in Low Morale and Poor Performance 

12PM - Breakout Session Luncheon

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On Site Box Deli Lunch for Purchase

No Host Luncheon. 

130PM - Getting the Grant

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Lead Panelist

Josh Glover, Director, Carlisle County 911


Supporting Panelists

Milt Spalding, Director, Nelson County Dispatch

Wendy Lynch, Director, Madison County E-911

Mike Sunseri, Administrator, Kentucky 911 Services Board


Core Topics: Grant Scoring, Tips, Tools and Myths About Grants, Grant Opportunities Available

210PM - GIS in NG911

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Lead Panelist

Paul Nave, ENP, 911 Director, Owensboro-Daviess County 911


Supporting Panelists

 Mike Sunseri, Administrator, Kentucky 911 Services Board 

Kevin Cambron, GIS Analyst Programmer, City of Owensboro

 Kent Anness, GIS Branch Manager, Office of IT Architecture and Governance Commonwealth Office of Technology 




Core Topics: NG-911 Mapping, The NENA Standard, GIS Auditing

315PM - House of Cards

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 Lead Panelist

Buford Hurley, Director, Greenup County 911


Supporting Panelists 

Curtis Sutton, Executive Director, Tennessee Communications Board

Micheal Hale, Judge-Executive, Barren County

LaDonna Corielle, Director, Marshall County 911


Core Topics: Political Pitfalls, Board Blowups, Fiscal Court Follies, City Council Conundrums: Navigating the Troubled Waters of the Political PSAP

400PM - Intelligence in the PSAP

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 Lead Panelist

 Ty Wooten, Education Director, National Emergency Number Association 


Supporting Panelists 

CW2 Charlie K. Harris, (Former Colonel), United States Army Intelligence Officer,
State Security Officer of the Kentucky Army National Guard 

Nathan Baird, Director, Calloway County 911

 Milt Spalding, Director, Nelson County Dispatch 

 



Core Topics: Training Your Dispatchers to Think Analytically, Using Your Current Data and Future Data in the PSAP to Assist Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS and State and Federal Agencies in Public Safety 


THURSDAY NIGHT 7PM. CANCUN MEXICAN RESTAURANT. SEATS RESERVED FOR EVERYONE. NO HOST DINNER.

Friday, FEBRUARY 22ND, 2019

855AM - Opening Prayer

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 Paul Nave, ENP, 911 Director, Owensboro-Daviess County 911 

9AM - Resiliency and Redundancy in the PSAP

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Lead Panelist

Stephanie Noel, Director,  Hopkinsville-Christian County ECC 


Supporting Panelists

Ty Wooten, Education Director, National Emergency Number Association

 Robert Stack, Director, Lexington E-911 

 Buford Hurley, Director, Greenup County 911 


Core Topics: TPS, GETS, WPS, Redundancy in NG911, Resilience as an Agency

945AM - Tactical Dispatch and TERT

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 Lead Panelist 

Russ Clark, ENP, Director, Bluegrass 911 Communications


Supporting Panelists

Gary Chaffins, Supervisor, Montgomery County 911 Dispatch

Sarah Dragoo, Supervisor, Hopkinsville-Christian County ECC

 Scott Morgan, Deputy Director, Boyd County 911 


Core Topic: The Role of Tactical Dispatch in the PSAP, Tactical Emergency Response Team Program Development, Recruitment and  Training

1040AM-Imagineering 911

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  Lead Panelist  

Chris Freeman, ENP, Communications Director, Barren-Metcalfe Emergency Communications Center 


 Supporting Panelists 

Ty Wooten,  Education Director, National Emergency Number Association 

Chesley Thomas, Supervisor, Calloway County 911

 Curtis Sutton, Executive Director, Tennessee Communications Board 


Core Topic: A PSAP Thinktank: If Money Were No Object and You Can Have Anything You Dreamed Up in Your PSAP - What Would Your "Disney Approach" PSAP Be? 

1120AM - Executive Leadership Training Opportunities

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Lead Panelist 

  Paul Nave, ENP, 911 Director, Owensboro-Daviess County 911 


Supporting Panelists 

 Kasey Marlar, Shift Supervisor,  Hopkinsville-Christian County ECC 

Sarah Powell, Telecomunications Instructor, DOCJT

  Todd Sparrow, Director, Lawrenceburg Police Department 

 


Core Topic: A Guide for Executive Leadership Opportunities for PSAP Directors From Those Who Have Taken the Courses


1145AM - Closing Remarks

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Chris Freeman, ENP, Communications Director, Barren-Metcalfe Emergency Communications Center  

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