NENA 2020 | June 13-18 | Long Beach Convention Center | Long Beach, CA
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At NENA 2020 you will not only hear about the public safety issues of the present and the future, but also gain practical, real world know-how that you can take home with you and put into action immediately.

You will be connected to the pulse of 9-1-1, joining thousands of public safety professionals, telecommunications specialists, and federal, state, and local policymakers for a week filled with chances to develop a keen understanding of the near and long-term issues facing public safety and build the skill-sets necessary to tackle these challenges head on.

No matter what your role is in public safety, NENA 2020 delivers the education, resources, and contacts you need to be better equipped to do your job and actively prepare for the road ahead.

Featuring inspiring keynote speakers, dozens of education and training sessions designed to inform and empower, comprehensive full-day and multi-day courses and workshops with real-world applications, unparalleled opportunities to network with peers and make the right connections, and an expo hall showcasing cutting-edge products and services, NENA 2020 is the must-attend event of the year for today’s emergency communications professional. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of it!

NENA’s Current Position on the NENA 2020 Conference in Long Beach, CA (Updated 03.12)
Since the detection of COVID-19 in the U.S., federal, state, and local governments have taken steps to mitigate the spread of the virus at public gatherings and during domestic and international travel. At this time, individuals and companies will still be in a position to come to NENA in June as long as they are not under a U.S. government-mandated quarantine or travel restriction.

NENA is committed to the health and safety of our members, event attendees, and volunteers; we are actively working with the Long Beach Convention Center and our contracted hotels to take the steps necessary to prevent surface-based spread of germs and viruses during our event to the great extent possibleWe are closely monitoring the situation and will update this page with any developments.