Amended 2015 General Session
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(1) There is created within the 911 Division the 911 Advisory Committee consisting of the following members:
(a) one representative from a primary public safety answering point from each county of the first and second class;
(b) one representative from a primary public safety answering point representing each of the following:
(i) Bear River Association;
(ii) Uintah Basin Association;
(iii) South East Association;
(iv) Six County Association;
(v) Five County Association;
(vi) Mountainlands Association; and
(vii) Wasatch Front Regional Council; and
(c) one representative from the Department of Public Safety who represents a Utah public safety answering point.
(a) Each advisory committee member shall be appointed as follows:
(i) a member described in Subsection (1)(a) shall be appointed by the board from a nominee or nominees submitted to the board by the council of government for that member's county;
(ii) the seven members described in Subsection (1)(b) shall be appointed by the board from a nominee or nominees submitted to the board by the associations described in Subsection (1)(b); and
(iii) the member described in Subsection (1)(c) shall be appointed by the board based on the nomination from the public safety commissioner.
(b) The term of office of each member is four years.
(c) Each mid-term vacancy shall be filled for the unexpired term in the same manner as an appointment under Subsection (2)(a).
(a) The 911 Advisory Committee members shall annually elect a chair for the advisory committee by selecting from the members described in Subsections (1)(a) through (c).
(b) Staff and contracting services to the advisory committee shall be provided by the 911 Division.
(c) Funding for staff and contracting services shall be provided with funds approved by the board from those identified under Section 63H-7a-304.
(a) No advisory committee member may receive compensation or benefits for the member's service on the advisory committee.
(b) A member is not required to give bond for the performance of official duties.
(5) A majority of the advisory committee constitutes a quorum for voting purposes.
(6) An advisory committee member can be removed from the advisory committee by the board based on rules adopted by the board.
(7) The advisory committee shall:
(a) provide input and guidance to the 911 Division concerning the public safety communications network;
(b) advise the 911 Division regarding standards related to the public safety communications network;
(c) review and make recommendations for the 911 Division's strategic plan;
(d) provide information and evaluate industry trends related to the 911 Division's responsibilities;
(e) advise the 911 Division regarding professional development; and
(f) make recommendations to the 911 Division regarding the development of cooperative partnerships.
|Board member||Type||Qualification||Original Appointment||Current Appointment||Expiration|
|Freitag, Scott D.||Member||(1-a) Salt Lake County||11/1/2013||11/01/2013||N/A|
|Horsley, Barry R.||Member||(1-b-iii) South East Association||4/1/2015||04/01/2015||N/A|
|McCleve, Doug||Member||(1-c) Dept. of Public Safety representative||2/23/2016||02/23/2016||2/23/2020|
|Nelson, Regina L.||Member||(1-b-vii) Wasatch Front Regional Council||8/1/2014||08/01/2014||N/A|