Kelley Adley

Lead Strategist
FirstNet Market Strategy & Policy
Within the FirstNet Program at AT&T, Kelley Adley is responsible for building and maintaining key strategic public safety relationships for the organization. He is also responsible for leading strategy/policy development and FirstNet innovation based on specific and evolving first responder needs. His special focus areas include law enforcement, intelligence, land mobile radio technologies, information sharing, responder health and wellness (Peer Support lead), and technology/application/communications innovation. Kelley began his public service career in law enforcement in Texas. Kelley’s career path led him into criminal investigations with the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office then to the Collin County District Attorney’s Office specializing in capital murder investigations and extensive knowledge in forensic crimes. After leaving law enforcement after 20+ years, Kelley went into sales with Harris Corporation specializing in regional business management and P25 Phase II radio network technologies for public safety agencies within the mid central U.S. Kelley holds a Master of Business degree from LeTourneau University, a Bachelor of Business Management from Northwood University, and a Master Peace Officer certification from the State of Texas. Kelley is still holds an active police retired licenses. Kelley has been a speaker at many public safety events including NTCC, ASCIA, IACP, NOBLE and APCO. He lives near Dallas, TX with his wife and 13-year-old son.

Sessions by Kelley Adley

10:50 AM - 11:40 AM
Sonoma A 

Responder Health & Wellness – An Integral Part of FirstNet Connections

First responders experience higher rates of depression, PTSD, burnout, anxiety, and other mental health issues. That’s why FirstNet, Built with AT&T believes connecting public safety goes beyond our buildout and delivery of FirstNet. And it goes beyond offering advanced network services, purpose-built devices, and innovative software solutions. We believe connecting public safety involves caring for the mental health and well-being of our nation’s first responders. Join us to learn about the FirstNet Health & Wellness Coalition and see how agencies like yours can benefit from services like ROG the Dog, resiliency training, courses in post-traumatic growth, and digital tools that customize your agency’s wellness resources for those in the field.

Learning Objectives

  1. Learn about the FirstNet Health & Wellness Coalition and how it supports first responders.
  2. Describe the ROG the Dog program and how agencies on FirstNet can benefit.
  3. Understand and explain how you can easily build an agency wellness toolkit using the tools we
    will discuss.