National NENA Links:

National NENA Homepage

National NENA Programs

How to Become an ENP

Click here to download Michigan PSAP Consolidation Considerations

2014 Michigan NENA Officers:



Dee Ann Summersett, ENP


Tuscola County 9-1-1
989-673-8738 ext. 201

Vice President:

Chris Collum


Clinton County Central Dispatch

(989) 224-5109



Mark Jongekrijg 

Systems Manager

Ottawa County Central Dispatch
(616) 994-7800


Michelle Katt

Assistant Director

Bay County Central Dispatch

(989) 895-4176


Past President:

April Heinze, ENP


Eaton County Central Dispatch

(517) 543-4924












Welcome to Michigan NENA!



The Michigan Chapter of the National Emergency Number Association is proud to
host the 2015 conference May 18th-21st, 2015 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel,
925 South Creyts Rd. in Lansing. This Call for Papers invites all NENA members,
industry associates, business professionals and educators to submit a written
proposal for an educational presentation, workshop, or panel discussion at the
2015 conference. Those who respond quickly will secure your date and time of
choice. The description of your submission should be no more than 100 words
describing what is most interesting and/or important in your session and how it
relates to the target audience. Presentations must not be vendor specific in


Click here for Application.

Old Announcements:

Now accepting nominations for the 2015 Michigan NENA Little Heroes Award.

The goal of the Michigan NENA Little Hero committee is to recognize a child under the age of 13 that dials 9-1-1 to save a life, property, or report a crime.

In the past we have focused on the child who has saved a life and had a positive outcome. Our views have changed, in that, we want to promote 9-1-1 to children and recognize and encourage them for using the system to help others.

Nominate your child callers by clicking here.

The Public Safety Group presents STATE of MICHIGAN APPROVED DISPATCHER TRAINING. Click here for more information.