Welcome to the 911 Profile Database, an effort led by the
National 911 Program in partnership with the
National Association of State 911 Administrators (NASNA)
to gather voluntary state and territory 911 data. The collection and use of this data help 911 systems plan for the
future, benchmark against other states, measure progress on enhancing 911 and share important information with non-911
stakeholders such as legislators and elected officials.
This database is available for designated state or territory 911 points of contact or those with express permission from
the point of contact.
The database is open to collect 2019 data from April 1 – July 1, 2020.
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After the data is submitted, experts identify trends and summarize findings, which are shared publicly in the annual National 911 Progress Report.
For questions about the 911 Profile Database, please contact [email protected].