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1 New Mexico Enhanced 911 Program “Wireless Implementation Project” Bill Range, Enhanced 911 Program Director Joyce Johnson, Special Programs Bureau Chief December 2009

2 Phase I and Phase II Wireless Enhanced 911 (WE911) Defined Phase I – PSAP receives Phase I – PSAP receives call back number physical address of tower transmitting the call tower sector Phase II – PSAP receives Phase II – PSAP receives call back number latitude and longitude of the caller (With a probability factor) automatic plotting of caller location on an electronic map Phase I and II requests are now done simultaneously Phase I and II requests are now done simultaneously

3 Overall Program Goal June 30, 2008 Equip PSAPs to provide Phase I and Phase II Wireless Enhanced 911 (WE911) service for 90% of New Mexico’s population Resolve NM PSAP readiness issues Facility Readiness E911 database management issues Consolidation

4 December 2009 Program Achievements 16 additional PSAPs equipped since June 07 Socorro in the installation process 17 more PSAPs Implemented Phase I Wireless 17 more PSAPs Implemented Phase II Wireless Project Goal of 90% exceeded in June 2008 – 95.1% Completed: 95.3% of NM population (up from 80% in June 07) Anticipated Status by June 30, 2010 is 96.6%

5 NM’s Wireless E911 Rollout June 2007 – June 2010 June 2007 – Chaves, Quay-Harding (84% of New Mexico’s population) November 2007 – Grant (85% of New Mexico’s population) April 2008 – Lincoln (86.4% of New Mexico’s population) May 2008 – Guadalupe & Taos (88.5% of New Mexico’s population) June 2008 – Eddy, San Miguel & Rio Arriba (95.1% of New Mexico’s population) June 2009 – Catron (95.3% of New Mexico’s population) November 2009 – Socorro Enhanced landline January 2010 (anticipated) – Mora enhanced landline June 2010 (anticipated) – Socorro & Mora (96.6% of state population)

6 State of New Mexico E911 Contact Information Bill Range, E911 Program Director Office (505) Cellular (505) Joyce Johnson, Special Programs Bureau Chief Office (505)

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