George Fosque Bio
George re-joined the City of Cambridge in 1994 to plan and create the Emergency Communications Department. By 1996 the department had constructed and opened a consolidated 911 and emergency communications center at 489 Broadway in the Fire HQ Complex that combined city police dispatch and fire alarm function and personnel. George has 30 years experience is various areas of the criminal justice system having worked in both the private technology sector as well as for the Mass. Governor's Committee on Law Enforcement, the Mass. Department of Correction, the Mass. Parole Board, and the Cambridge Police Department.
Since joining the department he has become an active member of the Massachusetts 911 community and the local emergency planning community. He has participated in many of the Cambridge-coordinated emergency planning events, as members of Cambridge Public Safety and other concerned agencies practice and prepare for emergency incident. George also helped to coordinate the Cambridge Democratic National Convention response as well as create the new Cambridge Emergency Operations Center.
George regularly conducts training around the state and participates in organizations that coordinate activities among Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs).
George is currently a gubernational appointee to the MCSA seat on the state 911 Commission where he is also a member of its Standards, Training, Operational and NG911 Committees as well as the Wireless Working Group. He is a member of the national NENA Regulatory and Legislative Committee. He is active in the 911 Committee of the Massachusetts Major City (Police) Chiefs group. He ss a member of the Communications Interop Subcommittee (CIS) of the Metro Boston Homeland Security (UASI) region. He is a member of various other groups including the Association of Public-Safety Communication Officials (APCO).
He is a former President of the Massachusetts chapter (MassNENA) of the National Emergency Number Association (NENA) and a former officer of the Massachusetts Communications Supervisors Association (MCSA).
Mr Fosque has a BA in English from Trinity College and an MBA in Public Management from Boston University.
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