Pursuant to § 23-47-65(A)(1) The South Carolina 9-1-1 Advisory Committee is created to assist the Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office in carrying out its responsibilities in implementing, maintaining, and updating an efficient wireless 9-1-1 system.
The committee must be comprised of twelve members and appointed as follows:
Eight members appointed by the Governor of which two must be employees of a local 911 system recommended by the South Carolina Association of Public Safety Communication Officials
Two must be employees of a local 9-1-1 system recommended by the South Carolina National Emergency Number Association
Two must be employees of CMRS providers licensed to do business in the State
One must be an employee of a telephone (local exchange access facility) service supplier licensed to do business in the State, and one consumer
Four members are appointed by the Executive Director of the Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office of which one must be its executive director or his designee, one must be an individual with GIS expertise, one must be an individual with knowledge of communication operations or technology
- One county administrator recommended by the South Carolina Association of Counties
The Committee meets on the third Tuesday of every month at 10:00 a.m. at the Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office. The agenda will be posted at least one day prior to the meeting.
Appointed by the Governor
|Mike Flynn||911 Employee - SC NENA||Spartanburg County 911|
|Neil Baxley||911 Employee - SC NENA||Beaufort County Sheriff's Office|
|Mitch Fulmore||911 Employee - SC APCO||Florence County 911|
|Rick Blackwell||911 Employee - SC APCO||Greenville County 911|
|Terrance Ford||CMRS Provider||AT&T|
|Melony Burgess||CMRS Provider||FTC Diversified Services|