AUXCOMM Work Group

The Auxiliary Communications (AUXCOMM) Work Group is chartered by the Michigan Public Safety Communications Interoperability Board and reports to that board. Member groups participating in the work group include:

Our Vision

AUXCOMM personnel across the state are effectively supporting public safety through communications and other services.

Our Mission Statement

The AUXCOMM Work Group coordinates the awareness, development, training, and implementation of AUXCOMM to support public safety agencies throughout Michigan.

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AUXC-t Resources

A few items to help AUXC trainees on their journey to recognition:

  • The COMU position guideline—which includes the state recognition application—as well as the latest version of the position task book are available at the COMU work group page and AUXCOMM work group page on the State of Michigan web site.
  • You can sign up to join a mentoring group to share ideas on how to go about completing the PTB, pitfalls to avoid, and share success stories.
  • Get to know your state-recognized COML and a state-recognized AUXC near you. Making the contact is a step toward gaining their assistance in evaluation of tasks for your PTB. Note: you must be logged in to view these lists.

Latest AUXCOMM Work Group News

  • Spring 2024 Statewide Exercise Results

    The Spring 2024 Statewide AUXCOMM Exercise was held May 11, with a focus on PACE planning as well as introducing a new tool for local teams to evaluate. A few facts about the exercise: Overall, the exercise was well received. A couple of deltas noted are that: Scores have been tabulated on the reports submitted,…

  • AUXCOMM Communications Exercise Opportunity

    The 2024 First Try Triathlon will be held June 15 in Linden. An AUXCOMM communications exercise will also be conducted at this event. If you are interested, sign up today to help at the event and potentially complete your AUXC position task book.

  • Additional AUXCOMM Training Planned for 2024

    Two more sessions are planned for the second half of 2024: More specifics will follow on location and how to register. In the meantime, be sure you have met the following prerequisites: