E911 Legislation

Seventeen states currently have E911 legislation requiring enterprises over a certain size, occupying multiple floors of a building or those purchasing a new PBX to implement E911 to protect their employees and visitors. Click on a state to review its E911 legislation status.

 

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Current E911 State Legislation

This reference document contains summaries of E911 state regulations and legislation.
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Proposed National E911 Legislation

The National Emergency Number Association (NENA) has drafted model E911 legislation and a recommendation to the FCC regarding standardized, national E911 requirements. Many states currently use this as a guideline for their own laws.
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E911 Legislation by State

To read more detailed information regarding a specific state's E911 legislation, click the corresponding link below.

 

 

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