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About State 911 Committee

State 911 Committee Members

The State 911 Committee (SNC) has 21 members representing local public safety, private sector, industry, and state services. The SNC was established in accordance with the Emergency 911 Service Enabling Act to promote the successful development, implementation, and operation of 911 systems across the state of Michigan. The SNC meets quarterly, while its subcommittees may meet more frequently. 

State 911 Committee Chair: Mr. Jeff Troyer, House Appointee, Public Member,

State 911 Committee Vice Chair: Ms. April Heinze, Senate Appointee, Public Member,

Ms. Lisa Hall, Association of Public Safety Communications Officials,

Mr. Steven Berenbaum, Commercial Mobile Radio Service,

Major Beth Clark, Department of State Police,

Sergeant Matthew Miller, Deputy Sheriffs’ Association,

Mr. David Willis, Fraternal Order of Police,

Mr. Tim McKee, Governor’s Appointee, Public Member,

Mr. Dale Berry, Michigan Association of Ambulance Services,

Chief Dale Greenleaf, Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police,

Mr. Ken Mitchell, Michigan Association of Counties,

Chief Adam Carroll, Michigan Association of Fire Chiefs,
Ms. Jordyn Sellek, Michigan Communication Directors Association,

Ms. Jeanette Doll, Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs,

Mr. Matthew Sahr, Michigan Professional Firefighters Union,

Ms. Wendy Thelen, Michigan Public Service Commission,

Sheriff Richard Behnke, Michigan Sheriffs’ Association,

Sergeant Kelly Linebaugh, Michigan State Police Troopers Association,  

Ms. Stephanie Lehman, National Emergency Number Association,

Mr. Scott Stevenson, Telecommunications Association of Michigan, 

Mr. Bryce Tracy, UP 911 Authority,


SNC Meetings

Meetings will be held 10 am at:

MSP Headquarters

7150 N Harris Dr

Dimondale, MI 48821

June 8, 2022

September 21, 2022

December 14, 2022

In accordance with 1999 P.A. 79, State 911 Committee meetings are held in compliance with the open meetings act, 1976 P.A. 267. Meetings are held not less than four times per year at a place and time specified by the chairperson.