2017 PSAP Call Count and Information Collection Form
December 29, 2017
To: PSAP Managers
Re: Annual Call Count and Collection Report
IC 36-8-16.7-38 (c) Not later than January 31 of each year, each PSAP shall submit to the board a report of the following:
(1) All expenditures made during the immediately preceding calendar year from distributions under this chapter.
(2) Call data and statistics for the immediately preceding calendar year, as specified by the board and collected in accordance with any reporting method established or required by the board.
(3) All costs associated with dispatching appropriate public safety agencies to respond to 911 calls received by the PSAP.
(4) All funding sources and amounts of funding used for costs described in subdivision (3).
The report was designed to collect call counts and other statistics that was previously reported via the PSAP toolkit under the annual report section. Call counts and text counts can be collected via the PSAP toolkit or by any means previously used. The purpose of this expanded report will assist the State in meeting our obligations in reporting to the State Legislature, National 911 Office and the FCC.
A copy (worksheet) of the report can be downloaded to help you collect the information needed to complete the Survey Monkey. Survey Monkey will not allow you to go back where you left off once you have closed out of the survey. If you close out the website, you will have to reenter the information from the beginning. We do apologize for the inconvenience, but Survey Monkey allows us to start analyzing the data in real time for all ninety-two (92) counties.
STEP #1: Use the link below as a worksheet to gather information to compete the Survey Monkey (Please do not submit this report).
STEP #2 Use the link below to complete your final report to the Statewide 911 Board
**Boxes that require numbers, do not leave blank type 0 if that applies to that box.
**Boxes that require names of vendors/software please type name, or if you do not know the name, then type “unknown”.
If you have questions regarding this report please feel free to contact Jennifer Haag at 317-914-2448 or jhaag@IN911.net.
Thank you for your attention to this matter.
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