Today we had a special guest of honor who was given a 911 life saving award, David Lee Molsey III, age three, who, on December 31st 2018, made a call to the Wood/Wirt County 911 center regarding a medical emergency relating to his mother. David, who outside of his mother, …
On August 18, 2017, Harford County, Md. was being inundated with severe lightning storms. One of our evening shift calltakers was taking a 911 call when they felt a shock through their headset, causing her to scream. Two dispatchers noticed sparks coming off the corner of our building and notified …
Over the past few years all of our Dispatchers have completed Crisis Intervention Team training for dispatchers.
How many localities can say they started a pursuit with a military tanker?
I would like to congratulate my coworkers for always giving 110%.
We love our jobs and our dispatcher family. We love to help our deputies and the citizens of our county …
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.
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.
We are a recently consolidated center in Montgomery County, Virginia. We dispatch 4 law enforcement agencies and 11 fire and rescue agencies.
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.
First – thank you ALL, a tremendous collaboration of absolutely amazing people, in all parts. You are your community’s unsung heroes.
Everyone within this agency is a critical link in the emergency lifeline to providing a service to the community we serve.
Lorain County 911 dispatchers work tirelessly to provide quality service to the citizens of Lorain County.
Our team of professional dispatchers have worked so hard over the past few years to collaboratively overcome immense technological and administrative change.
When it rains it pours over in Pensacola and OUR Crew GETS IT DONE !!
Our center has a lot of skilled dispatchers that help the troopers and public in 23 different counties in middle Tennessee.
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.
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.