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2019

How Are You Celebrating?

It’s that time of year again! Use the form below or add a comment to tell us how you celebrate NPSTW.

NTW 2019

  We had a week-long celebration of NTW, each day had a different theme. The Division raffled at 65″ television to raise …

Wood / Wirt County 911

Today we had a special guest of honor who was given a 911 life saving award, David Lee Molsey III, age three, …

El Paso Regional Communications Center (EPRCC)

This week we celebrate not only National Telecommunicators Week, but also the life of Police Dispatcher Margie Garcia whom we tragically lost on April 13, 2019, as the result of a motor vehicle accident. 

Jacksonville Fire Rescue

No matter what has happened, who’s aggravated at who, or what’s warming up in the microwave the instant something happens that is not a “normal” sounding call we all hunker down.

New Hanover County 911

Our main center was damaged In Hurricane Florence. My team has adjusted to working in a much smaller space and we still handle emergency calls with professionalism.

Lorain County 911

Lorain County 911 dispatchers work tirelessly to provide quality service to the citizens of Lorain County.

Stratford Public Safety Communications

Our team of professional dispatchers have worked so hard over the past few years to collaboratively overcome immense technological and administrative change.

Lee County 911

We operate one dispatcher per shift. There are times when I don’t think three dispatchers would be enough to handle the madness that’s going on.

Frederick County Emergency Communications

After receiving 7.5 inches of rain within three hours, a flash flooding event occurred causing an influx of emergency calls to Frederick County Emergency Communications Center.

Beaumont Police 911 Center

All of a sudden your worst nightmare unfolds right before your eyes,  one of your dispatcher is suddenly very ill and it’s unknown what’s really wrong with her. 

Lifeguard Ambulance

We are the voices in the dark, the calm in the storm, the moment of hope in a dire situation.

East Baton Rouge EMS Communications

From the moment the initial call came in the team was in all hands on deck mode, and they remained in constant motion throughout the incident.