North Carolina Statutes

Chapter 62A Public Safety Telephone Service and Wireless Telephone Service

Article 1 - Public Safety Telephone Service.

Article 2 - Wireless Telephone Service.

Article 3 - Emergency Telephone Service.

  • § 62A-40   Definitions
    The following definitions apply in this Article. (1) 911 Board. The 911 Board established in G.S. 62A‑41. (2) 911 Fund. The North Carolina 911 Fund...
  • § 62A-41   911 Board
    (a) Membership. The 911 Board is established in the Office of Information Technology Services. The 911 Board consists of 17 members as follows: (1) Four...
  • § 62A-42   Powers and duties of the 911 Board
    (a) Duties. The 911 Board has the following powers and duties: (1) To develop the 911 State Plan. In developing and updating the plan, the...
  • § 62A-43   Service charge for 911 service
    (a) Charge Imposed. A monthly 911 service charge is imposed on each active voice communications service connection that is capable of accessing the 911 system....
  • § 62A-44   911 Fund
    (a) Fund. The 911 Fund is created as an interest‑bearing special revenue fund within the State treasury. The 911 Board administers the Fund. The 911...
  • § 62A-45   Fund distribution to CMRS providers
    (a) Distribution. CMRS providers are eligible for reimbursement from the 911 Fund for the actual costs incurred by the CMRS providers in complying with the...
  • § 62A-46   Fund distribution to PSAPs
    (a) Monthly Distribution. The 911 Board must make monthly distributions to primary PSAPs from the amount allocated to the 911 Fund for PSAPs. The amount...
  • § 62A-47   PSAP Grant Account
    (a) Account Established. A PSAP Grant Account is established within the 911 Fund for the purpose of making grants to PSAPs in rural and other...
  • § 62A-48   Recovery of unauthorized use of funds
    The 911 Board must give written notice of violation to any voice communications service provider or PSAP found by the 911 Board to be using...
  • § 62A-49   Conditions for providing enhanced 911 service
    In accordance with the FCC Order, no CMRS provider is required to provide enhanced 911 service until all of the following conditions are met: (1)...
  • § 62A-50   Audit
    The State Auditor may perform audits of the 911 Board pursuant to Article 5A of Chapter 147 of the General Statutes to ensure that funds...
  • § 62A-51   Subscriber records
    Each CMRS provider must provide its 10,000 number groups to a PSAP upon request. This information remains the property of the disclosing CMRS provider and...
  • § 62A-52   Proprietary information
    All proprietary information submitted to the 911 Board or the State Auditor is confidential. Proprietary information submitted pursuant to this Article is not subject to...
  • § 62A-53   Limitation of liability
    Except in cases of wanton or willful misconduct, a voice communications service provider and its employees, directors, officers, and agents are not liable for any...
  • § 62A-54   Reserved for future codification purposes
  • § 62A-55   Reserved for future codification purposes
  • § 62A-56   Reserved for future codification purposes
  • § 62A-57   Reserved for future codification purposes
  • § 62A-58   Reserved for future codification purposes