Regulation Amendment & CMRS GeoAudit
In 2007, the CMRS Board requested an amendment through the Legislative Research Commission to 202 KAR 6:100, the regulation that encompasses initial Phase II Certification requirements and other requirements necessary to maintain Phase II Certification.
As part of the process, the KENA/APCO membership was given an opportunity to comment on recommended changes and a public hearing was scheduled by the CMRS Board. The proposed amendment completed the state review process and became effective August 31, 2007.
Here is a summary of significant changes to the regulation:
- Mapping data sets are due once a year during the month of October.
- Submit an electronic copy of the PSAPs digital map of jurisdictional response area and digital road centerlines.
- Road centerlines shall be prepared and attributed with only items outlined in the CMRS Board UPDATED: PSAP Mapping Requirements Table.
Changes to the geospatial audit:
- Address data accuracy 90 percent.
- Geospatial positional accuracy of all geographic elements submitted shall be within 33 feet of its true location plus the accuracy of device used to conduct test.
- PSAPs mapping components shall:
- Identify the incoming 911 call on the map;
- Identify the closest assigned address to the X,Y coordinate; or,
- In absence of X,Y coordinate, PSAP mapping component shall identify the cell site and cell face.
- A minimum of 20 points will be tested for accuracy of road centerlines.
- The audit shall cover a valid cross section of urban and rural
- In a situation where PSAP response areas encompass multiple counties a sampling of a minimum of 20 locations per county shall be tested.
Mapping components shall also:
- Plot on the correct side of the street;
- Plot within the correct cross streets; and,
- Plot within 1/10 of a mile of their location on PSAP supplied base
If you have questions or comments please contact the CMRS Board office at (502) 564-3911.