09 NCAC 06C .0204          PSAP REPORTING

(a)  PSAPs shall submit the following to the Board by September 1of each year:

(1)           A copy of the PSAP's governing agency's approved budget;

(2)           A report detailing the revenues and expenditures associated with the operation of its 911 system; and

(3)           Additional information if requested by the Board including installation schedules, installation expenses, anticipated 911 system changes, other system related costs, expenses and other information deemed necessary by the Board or by the PSAP to ensure funding in compliance with G.S. 62A-46(e).

(b)  If a PSAP fails to report its revenues and expenditures, the Board shall inform the PSAP's governing agency.  The notice shall also inform the governing agency that failure to provide the requested information within 15 days shall be cause for suspension of monthly PSAP fund distributions until the information is received.  The notice shall further inform the governing agency that continuing failure to provide the information shall result in a report to the North Carolina Local Government Commission of the PSAP's failure.

(c)  After 60 days from September 1 the Board shall inform the North Carolina Local Government Commission in writing of the PSAP's failure to respond to the requested information.  A copy of the notice to the North Carolina Local Government Commission shall also be sent to the PSAP manager and the governing agency.

(d)  Each county or municipality shall submit a list of PSAPs operating within its jurisdiction each year; or, if none are known, a statement to that effect.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 62A-4; 62A-46; 62A-49;

Eff. July 1, 2016.