D. Terry Hall is Director of the York-Poquoson-Williamsburg Regional 911 Emergency Communications Center. Mr. Hall is responsible for the effective, efficient, leadership and management of the consolidated emergency communications center, an award-winning state-of-the-art communications facility that connects the citizens and visitors of York County with the appropriate law enforcement and/or fire and rescue first responders during times of emergency. Mr. Hall is a past president of The International Association of Public Safety Communications Officials (APCO), and has held positions on the Governor’s Wireless Board, National Public Safety Telecommunications Council, represents the National Association of Counties on DHS, SAFECOM committee and is a Radio Club of America Fellow. Terry has more than 30-years’ experience in public safety in many capacities, including several years as a York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Deputy beginning in 1982. In addition, he manages the York-James City-Gloucester Regional Radio System, a 14 site-simulcast digital p-25 network.
Emergency Communications/911 is responsible for the operation of the Emergency Communications/911 Center that serves York, Poquoson and Williamsburg, and manages the Regional Radio system, for York, James City and Gloucester Counties. He also serves as a member of Virginia 1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team and a member of the Metropolitan Medical Response Team and chairs communications committee for the Hampton Roads Planning District.