Law Enforcement Summit
FirstNet-AT&T Public Safety Broadband Network Presentation
July 18th, 2018 1:30pm - 4:00pm
Little America Hotel
FirstNet-AT&T Public Safety Broadband Network Regional Meetings
February 8, 2018 - Phoenix (Technology Focus) AGENDA
February 9, 2018 - Phoenix (Stakeholder Focus) AGENDA
FirstNet-AT&T Public Safety Broadband Regional Forum
November 7, 2017 - Tucson
November 29, 2017 - Flagstaff
December 13, 2017 - Chandler (Tribal)
December 14, 2017 - Phoenix
FirstNet ATT Regional Forum Presentation Deck
FirstNet Weekly Updates
FirstNet News Feed
Stonington’s first responders got a major boost in their wireless communications with the addition of a new, purpose-built cell site. The site – located in Stonington – is part of the FirstNet...
Every day, the men and women of law enforcement protect and serve our communities. Officers interact with many people every day, and each individual has unique needs. Generalized assistance does...
The FirstNet Authority Board approved a $213 million budget for Fiscal Year 2021 (FY21), with a focus on the organization’s operations and its investments into FirstNet, the nationwide public...
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced the appointment of Tip Osterthaler to serve as Chair of the FirstNet Authority Board. He will succeed Edward Horowitz, who is completing his...
The momentum continued at the September 2020 3GPP Plenary meetings with Release 17 (R17) work fully underway. Several studies are moving into the normative work phase and address public safety...
AZPSBN Monthly Working Group Meetings
2019 - Bi-monthly Meetings
November 2018 - CANCELLED
July 2018 - CANCELLED
March 2018 - CANCELLED
AZPSBN Working Group Monthly Update occurs the first Thursday every other month. Please contact Karen Ziegler at [email protected] or Scott Neal at [email protected] for more information about participating on the Working Group.
A mock disaster drill was conducted on Wednesday Sept. 14, 2016 at the West Rim of the Grand Canyon. The drill, hosted by Grand Canyon West and the Hualapai Tribe, simulated a tour helicopter failing to gain altitude and hitting a bus filled with visitors. The accident resulted in numerous injuries, fatalities and a massive debris field. Multiple emergency preparedness agencies from the State of Arizona, the federal government and tribal and municipal first responders participated in the drill, along with private sector vendors (see complete list below).
The overarching exercise objective was to test the nationwide public safety broadband network and the applications which could run across it in response to the incident. The mock drill was conducted because there is concern, especially among many Tribal nations, that some rural areas may not be receiving adequate coverage from FirstNet. The exercise proceeded as scheduled and was executed successfully. Participants were fully debriefed afterward on their experience with the technology. A great deal of valuable feedback was received and is in the process of being compiled into an after action report.