PSAP

AcronymDefinition
PSAPPublic Safety Answering Point
PSAPPersonal Sound Amplification Product
PSAPPresentation Layer Service Access Point
PSAPParticipant Statistical Areas Program (US Census Bureau)
PSAPPedestrian Safety Action Plan (various locations)
PSAPProsaposin
PSAPParticle Soot Absorption Photometer
PSAPPresentation Service Access Point
PSAPPublic Service Access Point
PSAPProstate Specific Acid Phosphatase (prostate enzyme)
PSAPPersonnel Security Assurance Program
PSAPPharmacotherapy Self-Assessment Program
PSAPPublic Safety Answering Position
PSAPPrivate Sector Advisory Panel (ICAC)
PSAPProvisions pour Sinistres A Payer (French)
PSAPPriority Substances Assessment Program (Canada)
PSAPProspective Special Access Programs (USAF)
PSAPPower Sector Action Programme (Damascus, Syria)
PSAPProvincial Software Acquisition Program (Canada)
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Second, while the location data is used to identify the proper PSAP, currently only telecommunication companies have legislated access to the selective routers that transfer E-911 data, and the caller, directly to dispatchers staffing emergency call centers.
Jefferson's PSAP program has garnered national attention.
When a PSAP receives an emergency call from a wireless location (using cellular, PCS, or Specialized Mobile Radio [ESMR] technology), neither ANI nor ALI information is available to the call taker.
The second objective, related to the first, was to determine whether or not males and females respond differently in the PSAP because females should be included in future studies of aggression and it is necessary to know whether or not males and females constitute separate populations.
The service for GHC is provided via tariff as an unbundled service, offering economies of scale to GHC and all PSAPs who join the network.
ECaTS now is the only vendor on the market to offer statewide data analysis by accessing call and text traffic information, and has expanded to offer service in over 30% of PSAPs in municipalities, counties and states across the US.
Currently, the FCC has rules requiring cell phone carriers to provide PSAPs with data that gives the 911 caller's location within a range of 50-300 meters.
It is a combination of an In Vehicle System (IVS)--a device with a GSM cell phone and GPS location capability--and a corresponding infrastructure of Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs).
Also, additional headsets and computer units were provided to the PSAP unit during the last quarter of CY 2018.
Public safety answering points ("PSAPs") can now protect their mission critical information and communication networks from cyberattacks with custom protection systems.
Over 20 years ago, NENA built the original PSAP Registry to ensure that PSAPs and commercial call centers can deliver requests for service to the proper 9-1-1 center in cases when a 9-1-1 call does not arrive at the appropriate PSAP, such as when an out-of-state family member dials 9-1-1 on behalf of a relative.