The following documents, created by members of the NENA Regulatory/Legislative Committee, have been developed to assist public safety and government leaders in the formulation of legislation on key 9-1-1 topics.
Multi-Line Telephone Systems (MLTS) E9-1-1
Recent technology innovations have made it important to update the NENA MLTS model legislation. The 2015 revision is designed to ensure effective access to 9-1-1 emergency response services through Multi-Line Telephone Systems, to enhance public safety by ensuring that telephone systems can relay accurate location information for 9-1-1 callers in hotels, dormitories, businesses, and other places frequented by the public, and for other purposes.
MLTS Model Legislation
Prepaid Wireless 9-1-1 Fees
This document is intended to assist the drafting of new or modified rules, regulations or statutes concerning the application of 9-1-1 fees/surcharges for prepaid wireless service. The language provides more than one method for implementing a 9-1-1 fee/surcharge for prepaid wireless service. This approach was taken due to the reality that not all stakeholders in the states (prepaid wireless service providers, retail providers, 9-1-1 governing authorities, Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) and others) will necessarily agree on a single method to impose and collect a 9-1-1 fee for prepaid wireless service. The options described in the document have largely been taken from versions of existing state statutes with some modifications.
Prepaid Wireless 9-1-1 Fee Model Legislation - NENA 60-601 V1