The mission of our Chapter is to enhance the overall image of public safety communications. Our mission will be accomplished by actively recruiting new members, and retaining current members, furthermore encompassing the most current training and technologies available. The Chapter will encourage member participation by seeking qualified persons to hold positions of leadership, and urging active involvement in Chapter activities by all members.

  • Latest Chapter News:
  • 2016 Telecommunicator Training Symposium Begins The 2016 North Carolina APCO Telecommunicator Training Symposium opened on Sunday morning, April 10, 2016 with classes beginning at 8:00am.  The Symposium Attendee Guide, including a map and class information, is now available online at www.tcsymposium.org.
    Posted Apr 10, 2016, 6:06 AM by System Administrator
  • North Carolina Disaster Communications Training Week The Charlotte Fire Department Communications Division and Central Piedmont Community College partnering with State and Federal public safety agencies present the first North Carolina Disaster Communications Training and Exercise Week.June 27, 2016-July 1, 2016See the below flyer for additional information.
    Posted Mar 30, 2016, 9:14 PM by Grayson Gusa
  • Nominations for 2016-2017 Chapter Officers Accepted through March 31 Do you know someone that wants to serve the NC Chapter of APCO?  The Nominations Committee is pleased to announce that the nominations period for 2016-2017 Chapter Officers is now open through March 31, 2016.  Nominations are being accepted for the positions of 2nd Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and Regional Ambassadors for Regions B, D and F.  Visit the Nominations Page for more information and to submit your nominations today!
    Posted Feb 22, 2016, 9:41 PM by System Administrator
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North Carolina APCO 2015-2016 President
Rick Thomas sworn in as the 55th President of NC APCO
During the 2015 NC APCO/NENA Annual Conference, Rick Thomas was sworn in as the 2015-2016 President of North Carolina APCO. Rick serves as the Communications Manager for the Apex Police Department and has served on the NC APCO Executive Board for the past two years.

Rick is committed to recognizing and supporting the "first, first responders" and the entire public-safety community.  

Keep Up with Your Chapter
Through a joint partnership with NC NENA, we encourage you to join the NC APCO/NC NENA Listserv for the latest updates affecting 9-1-1 and Public-safety in North Carolina.  For more information and instructions to signup, visit the Email Group page.

Next Chapter Meeting

Join us for the next NC APCO / NC NENA Business Meeting:

May 13, 2016 - Asheboro, North Carolina

Visit the Meetings Page for additional information or to RSVP..