The National Joint TERT Initiative, LLC, is currently accepting letters of interest for appointment to the 2018 NJTI, LLC, national committee. The 2018 service term runs from January 1, 2018, to December 31, 2018. Consideration for appointment to subsequent terms is discretionary on the part of the appointee, NJTI, LLC, co-chairs, and NJTI, LLC, co-managers.
Interested parties should submit a resume and brief statement (one or two paragraphs) summarizing their interest in this vital mutual aid program for 9-1-1. Submissions should be sent via e-mail in PDF format to the two national co-chairs at cAhrens@cjtc.state.wa.us and email@example.com . The deadline for submissions is November 15, 2017.
September 15, 2017
Monroe County SO in Marathon requested 12 TERT Members to work A/B (6 on each shift with 1 team Leader to each shift) 6 a.m. to 1800.
Information submitted by Natalie Duran, FL-TERT; Jeff Carney, TN-TERT;, and Jonathan Jones, GA-TERT
On September 13, we received a request for 4 TERT Teams: 10 ALPHA and 10 BRAVO to work at the EOC for Collier County SO.
FL-TERT deployed its first team on September 14. Read the updates:
Submitted by Natalie Duran, FL-TERT State Coordinator
In summary, we had 19 PSAPS that participated and supported the deployment of their Telecommunicators: Collier County SO: with a total of 36 TERT members to include the GA & TN teams. (FL-24/GA-6/TN-6) and Monroe County SO: with a total of 25 FL-TERT Members.
We depart with a sense of accomplishment knowing we did our best to take care of our brothers & sisters and help them get back on their feet again and get some well-deserved rest. Thank you for your commitment to serving others. God Bless You.
The success of these missions cannot be done by one person. It took a small village to make phone calls, check the database to ensure that the teams we deployed were TERT certified, explain to Directors & Supervisors what we needed, and work with their PSAPS who scrambled to switch shifts, backfill, and get their dispatches ready to travel.
August 30, 2017
Today, we deployed two more teams. Team Three, with six members, is en route to Missouri City Police Department, while Team Four, with five members, is en route to Aransas Pass Police Department. Both teams will be deployed for seven days.
August 29, 2017
We received notification that a third request was submitted to the State this morning from Missouri City Police Department, and expect the State to provide the official request in the morning. A team of six is assembled and ready to go when the call is made.