Question 7

Is On-site Notification a requirement of either Kari’s law, or RAY BAUMs Act?

Kevin Kito

President at 911 Secure

“Kari’s Law requires on-site notification. The on-site notification alert must be triggered as soon as the 911 call is placed. Ray Baum’s Act requires that Dispatchable Location be provided to the PSAP when a 911 call is made.”

Jerry Eisner

VP of Public Safety at RedSky Technologies

“Yes, there is.”

Mark Fletcher

VP of Public Safety at 911 Inform

“Both. Kari’s Law requires it, RBA further defines the dispatchable location component, and adds the PSAP to the parties that need to be notified.”

Lev Deich

VP of Product Strategy at Intrado

“Notification is a requirement for Kari’s Law.”

Vita Safety Partners Team

Bill Svien & Melinda Sensabaugh

“Yes, for Kari’s Law there is.”

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