Advisory Boards

Enabling Statute

Indiana Code 5-26: iga.in.gov/legislative/laws/2015/ic/titles/005/articles/026/

Public Safety Officials Help Design the SAFE-T Network

Project Hoosier SAFE-T is a network designed for public safety personnel. So it's appropriate that local public safety agencies play a significant role in the development and deployment of the network.

The Integrated Public Safety Commission (IPSC) is the governing body that oversees Project Hoosier SAFE-T. IPSC, created by the Indiana General Assembly in 1999, consists of 12 members representing a variety of public safety agencies, along with municipal and county executives. The commission has representation from jurisdictions throughout Indiana.

The SAFE-T network will reflect the needs of public safety agencies throughout Indiana because the IPSC represents first responders throughout Indiana.

COMMISSION MEMBERS
Chair: Douglas G. Carter, Superintendent, Indiana State Police
Jason Carroll, Director of Public Safety, Ivy Tech
Michael Crider, State Senator
Randy Frye, State Representative
Michael Grzegorek, St. Joseph County Sheriff
Brian Jones, Lemay Enterprises
Kevin J. Lynch, Dearborn County Commissioner
Christopher Nodine,  Pendleton Fire and Ambulance
Anthony Russo, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Tim Smith, Vincennes Twp. Fire Department
David Uran, Mayor, City of Crown Point

2017 Quarterly Commission Meeting Dates

The Integrated Public Safety Commission Quarterly meetings are held on the third Tuesday of every third month.  Meeting dates for 2017 are March 21, June 20, September 19, and December 19.  The meetings are held at the IPSC offices, 100 N. Senate Avenue, N825, Indianapolis, IN  46204.  The meetings begin at 1:30 p.m. EST.

Statewide Interoperability Executive Committee