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Interoperability Technology Regional P25 Shared Radio Systems

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  1. Interoperability Technology Regional P25 Shared Radio Systems Joe Noce, Mesa Police Department (Retired)

  2. Implementing a P25 Shared System • What is P25? • History • Options • Current state of affairs • Good • Bad • Ugly • Is it for you? • Round table discussion

  3. What is P25? - History • Process began in 1989 • Association of Public Safety Communications Officials, Inc (APCO) • Federal partners • State partners • Local partners

  4. What is P25? - History • Long process • MOU signed in 1991 • 1st Suite of standards in August 1995 • Remaining major issues • ISSI • CSI • FSI • Phase II – TDMA solution

  5. Options • Single network with multiple users • State of Michigan • State of Minnesota-City of Minneapolis • Phoenix-Mesa

  6. Options • Connecting multiple P25 systems • Requires ISSI for technical application • Requires technical coordination • Requires operational management

  7. Options http://www.eads-ps.com/pdfs/ISSI%20WHITE%20PAPER%20-%20FINAL.pdf

  8. Current State of Affairs • ISSI • Suite of six documents • Two have been published • Remaining four to be completed by 2007 • CSI • FSI • Phase II – TDMA Solution

  9. GOOD • Ability of 1st responders to “talk” to each other • Enhanced safety • Enhanced coordination • Timeliness • Efficient and effective use of rf equipment

  10. GOOD - continued • Effective service to the public • Enhances community safety • Maximizes use of existing resources • Enhances public safety provider image

  11. BAD • $ $ $ $ $ $ • Very expensive to build • Very expensive to maintain • Resources • System management • Maintenance • Operational coordination

  12. BAD - continued • Common vision • Fire • Police • EMS • Other public safety and/or public service users

  13. UGLY • Turf • Who is in charge? • How is the original plan approved? • How do you implement the approved process? • How do you make changes? • How do you hold persons accountable?

  14. UGLY - continued • Political agendas • Headlines • Re-election • Re-appointment • Personal agendas • “I know what is best!” • “I don’t what change!” • “Nobody is going to tell me what to do!” • Lack of trust • Lawyers

  15. Is it for you? • What is the current state of your communications system? • Does it adequately serve today’s needs - operability? • How long will it serve your needs? • Do you have a functional interoperability capability? • Do you have a written plan?

  16. Is it for you? - continued • Do you understand what it will take to move to a P25 shared system? • Political • Operational • $ $ $ $ $ • Resources • Change management process • Accountability

  17. Is it for you? - continued • Critical Success Factors • Plan based upon a valid needs analysis • Executive sponsorship • Adequate funding • Project management • Constant legal review • IT MUST BE IN WRITING

  18. Project Road Map

  19. Process not a “Project”

  20. ROUND TABLE DISSCUSSION