[Ecrit] FW: [IANA #658921] General Request for Assignment (urn-serviceid-labels)

Marc Linsner <mlinsner@cisco.com> Tue, 19 March 2013 16:33 UTC

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Date: Tue, 19 Mar 2013 12:32:59 -0400
From: Marc Linsner <mlinsner@cisco.com>
To: "Rosen, Brian" <Brian.Rosen@neustar.biz>
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Would you please provide a review of this IANA request for registrations.


Marc & Roger

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Date: Friday, February 15, 2013 6:34 PM
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Subject: [IANA #658921] General Request for Assignment
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>Dear Marc and Roger,
>IANA just received a request for two registrations in the 'sos'
>Sub-Services registry at
>http://www.iana.org/assignments/urn-serviceid-labels, which has the ECRIT
>working group listed as its expert reviewer.
>Can you ask the working group to review the request below? If these are
>OK, how should we fill out the Description fields in the registry?
>Amanda Baber
>IANA Request Specialist
>Contact Name:
>Ivo Sedlacek
>Contact Email:
>Type of Assignment:
>Assignment of an service URN with the 'sos' service type as specified in
>RFC5031, section 4.2.
>The following service URNs are proposed to be registered:
>- urn:service:sos.police.local - The 'police.local' service refers to the
>emergency service offered by the police department or other law
>enforcement authorities of the local or municipal authorities.
>- urn:service:sos.police.national - The 'police.national' service refers
>to the emergency service offered by the police department or other law
>enforcement authorities of the national government.
>Service URN Labels, 'sos' Sub-Services as shown at
>In the Czech republic and Poland, there are two public safety answering
>points (PSAP) offering the police related emergency services. The PSAP of
>the municipal police and the PSAP of the national police. There is
>currently no way how to distinguish whether the user wishes to contact
>the PSAP of the municipal police or the PSAP of the national police.
>In Czech, the related regulation is
>http://aplikace.mvcr.cz/sbirka-zakonu/ViewFile.aspx?type=c&id=5134 pages
>9 and 10 section 4.5 which lists the number 156 for "Obecní policie" (=
>municipal police) and the numbers 158 for "Policie České republiky" (=
>Czech republic police). Both numbers are listed with note 2) which states
>"Číslo je národním číslem pro tísňové volání" (= the number is a national
>number for emergency calls).
>In Poland, 
>http://uke.gov.pl/tablice-numerow-kierowania-alarmowego-nka-9410 lists
>the number 986 for "straż miejska" (= municipal police) and the number
>997 for Policja (= police) as "numery alarmowe" (= emergency numbers).
>Additional Info:
>The registry is defined by RFC5031, section 4.2