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:
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.
For more information, visit michigan.gov/auxwg.
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 the list.
Latest AUXCOMM Work Group News
The 2023 statewide Spring exercise took place on June 3 from 9:00 to noon, with a hot wash following at 12:30. Special thanks to Tim Crane WM8A, Matt McCormick KE8CRV, and Randy Williams KD8MOK for their creative input, support, and assistance in bringing this exercise together. They developed an exercise that was locally focused and…
Background As a reminder, when the MPSCIB approved the AUXC statewide recognition process in March, there were a couple of key timing requirements that were set: This is in line with the recognition process for all other COMU positions. In addition, it was recognized that there were a number of people who took the course…
Congratulations to Ray Hasil on becoming a state-recognized AUXC!