Participation in the Opt-In program is entirely voluntary and is subject to conditions, such as periodic renewal or other verification methodologies, that LETA may adopt. To participate in this program for emergency calls you must read and accept the terms of this disclosure and provide the information required.
LETA is not responsible for incorrect information provided by participants in the Opt-In program or for any charges or fees that may be charged to participants by telephone or data service providers as a result of participation in the program. LETA cannot monitor the current of future accuracy of the information provided by participants in this program. It is the sole responsibility of participants to keep any information provided current.
In addition to the foregoing, LETA assumes no legal responsibility for dropped calls, misrouted calls, or other occurrences which may result in notification failures.
Qualified vendors are invited to submit proposals for a new voice logging system for IP and analog phone and radio. Proposals shall be considered only from firms that are firmly established in an appropriate business, who are in good standing… read more
The four major wireless carriers (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon) are already voluntarily providing text-to-911 service in areas served by their networks. Cricket, Union, Comcast, and Viaero Wireless are also now on board to provide text-to-911 service.… read more