CCNC Board of Directors
PRESIDENT - Justin Kirkland, Gypsum Fire - [email protected]
VICE PRESIDENT - Tom Hughes, Regional Transportation Dist. - [email protected]
SECRETARY - Jeff Vaughn, Douglas County Sheriff's Office - [email protected]
TREASURER - Dave Rowe, Larimer County Sheriff's Office - [email protected]
STATE REPRESENTATIVE - Pam Monsees, State of Colorado - [email protected]
PPRCN REPRESENTATIVE - Stephen Leander - [email protected]
Regional Board Directors
John Hildebrand; Mesa Cty. SO - [email protected]
Pat Smith; Garfield Cty. Emergency Comm. - [email protected]
Justin Kirkland: Gypsum Fire; [email protected]
Mick McQuilton; Eagle County - [email protected]
Todd Holzwarth; East Grand FPD; [email protected]
Ed Corriveau; Routt Cty. Comm - [email protected]
Becky Kamoske; City of Loveland - [email protected]
Amy Huff; City of Fort Collins - [email protected]
Travis Freeman; Morgan Cty. Ambulance - [email protected]
Dave Rowe; Larimer Cty. Sheriff’s Office - [email protected]
Danette Martin; Morgan County - [email protected]
Mark Lyons; Loveland Fire Rescue Authority - [email protected]
Kris Stewart; Delta County - [email protected]
Jon Cryer; Montrose Cty. - [email protected]
Drea Cole; Montrose Police Department - [email protected]
Jodie Chinn; Gunnison Regional Comm. Center - [email protected]
Blake Kinser; Delta County Ambulance - [email protected]
Jim Spratlan; Montezuma County - [email protected]
Jeff Reynolds; Pueblo County -[email protected]
Ed Bretag; City of Colorado Springs - [email protected]
Jeramy Garfield; Pikes Peak Regional Comm Network - [email protected]
Bob Ricketts; City of Fountain - [email protected]
Matt Wallace; Otero Cty. Sheriff's Office - [email protected]
Mykell Kroll - Fremont County Emergency - [email protected]
Colorado Division of Telecommunications hosted a statewide radio project forum exploring the needs of a statewide trunked radio system.
A detailed project plan was published outlining the standards and user needs.
Arapahoe, Jefferson, and Douglas Counties along with the City of Aurora and the State of Colorado created a CCS (Combined Communications System) M.O.U. for interconnecting their systems.
Douglas and Jefferson Counties install an APCO 16 combined digital trunked radio system with over 3,000 users on 8 sites.
- State of Colorado initiates a pilot test of Metro Denver radio users for State of Colorado using the Douglas - Jefferson Counties system.
- State of Colorado completes the pilot and a multi-year and multi-phase effort is initiated based on Douglas - Jefferson Counties system.
- State of Colorado purchases APCO 25 project system using two zones for statewide radio capability. Statewide user meetings begin.
- State of Colorado zones, site equipment, and subscriber units delivered for initial phases.
- CCNC WAS INCORPORATED August 8th.
- Eastern Colorado zone installed and existing users on APCO 16 system converted to APCO 25 system.
- Arapahoe County, Adams County, and Weld County radio systems integrate into the DTRS.
- Northern Colorado Regional Communications (NCRCN) radio system integrates into the system.
- Western Colorado subscribers added in Montrose.
- Third zone controller added through multiagency Homeland Security Grant funding for increased capacity for eastern Colorado radio sites and wire-line dispatch center connectivity.
- Network First IP interoperability gateway integrated into DTRS for interoperability with the Denver, Denver International Airport, Aurora, Lakewood, and Arvada EDACS radio systems.
- First to implement a 700 MHz and 800 MHz combined system in the US.
- First to successfully complete a statewide 800 MHz rebanding of sites and subscriber equipment.
- Pikes Peak Regional Communications Network integrates into the system as the fourth zone.
- Successful test pilot of ISSI with the state of Wyoming’s VHF WYOLINK radio system.
- Official discussions begin to explore the use of ISSI interface to allow interoperability and possible coverage extension with the State of Kansas Mutual Aid System and the Denver radio system.
- Upgrades to system version 7.x
- ISSI Implementation between Motorola and Harris cores; Cassidian core in the development stage
- ISSI replaces the NetworkFirst interface
- Replacement of aging backhaul equipment