||This printed and electronic magazines focuses on solutions for 911 PSAP Centers.
||A magazine dedicated to issues/information of Dispatch Centers
|911 PSAP Map
||This is a map and list (by County) of all Public Safety Answering Points in Minnesota
|DPS - Emergency Communications Network
||The Emergency Communications Networks Division of DPS is responsible for the oversight of all PSAPs throughout the state.
|DPS Emergency Communications Network NG-911 Information
||The ECN provides the latest information and progress report on the state's roll out of the Next-Gen 911 system, which officially went live in December 2017.
||The FirstNet project is overseen by the US Department of Commerce. Approved in 2012, its mission is to develop, build and operate a nationwide, broadband network that is dedicated to public safety.
|Metropolitan Emergency Services Board
||The Metropolitan Emergency Services Board oversees and regulates metro PSAPs and the statewide radio system.
||Minneapolis Emergency Communications Center dispatches calls for Minneapolis and the University Police/Fire Departments.
|MN Administrative Rules for PSAPs
||Minnesota Legislative Rules that define the procedures for operating a PSAP in the state of Minnesota.
|MN Statewide Radio Board - ARMER
||ARMER Radio Board is a subset of the DPS - Emergency Communications Network.
|ORIs by State
||A complete list of ORIs by state. Drill down to county and city.
||A list of public radio frequencies sorted by MN counties and cities.
||Search for airplanes by their "N" tail number.
||Search the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration for DOT numbers or companies who are shipping via commercial vehicle transportation.
||A public portal to search a persons criminal history in MN. Hosted by BCA.
||The My BCA application is only accessible via a secure and approved network. The application now includes access to several databases including DVS Access, DVS Crash Reports, FBI National Data Exchange (N-DEx), MNJIS Integrated Search Service (ISS), MNJIS Reports on Demand (MROD), and the Supplemental Reporting Service (SRS)
||Search the MN Predatory Offenders database.