Recent MCDA News
Members approved an increase to the membership dues for the coming year. Discussion on the increase had spanned a number of meetings, beginning in 2018, with action being taken at the August 2, 2019 meeting in Gratiot County. Effective immediately, membership dues are as follows:
At the August 2nd meeting the membership approved a revision of the MCDA Training Cancellation Policy. It reads as follows:
Cancellations with less than 14 days’ notice will not be refunded. Cancellations with less than 14 days’ notice will not receive a training credit unless due to a formally declared st…
The 2019 Meeting Schedule has been posted in the Minutes and Agenda page of the Members Only section. This lists meeting locations as well.…
- To aid and assist in the collection and dissemination of information relating to Public Safety Communications Management
- To promote and support the development and management of Public Safety Communications
- To provide MCDA representation with membership in the numerous national, state and local organizations directly relating to Public Safety Communications
- To provide a network of support for its members
Membership is open to persons who are directors; managers; assistant directors or managing supervisors of a Michigan Public Safety Communications Operation persons who serve as 9-1-1 Coordinators in Michigan.
Current membership includes over 80 Public Safety Communications Departments.
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