Communications Dispatcher/Telecommunications Operator (911 Dispatcher) (IA)

Pottawattamie County Sheriff’s Office/Communications Division is seeking dependable, assertive, dedicated individuals who have integrity and leadership to enhance the lives of others, through service by becoming a Telecommunications Operator that will go above and beyond the call of duty.

  • You become the calm voice that ensures the safety of those in need by dispatching calls either emergency and non-emergency.
  • This is an adrenaline pumping position where no two days are the same…

FirstNet® Brings First Responders Innovative Mission-Ready Communications Tools

What’s the news? FirstNet, Built with AT&T* – America’s public safety network – is driving innovation in lifesaving, public safety technology. Now, first responders have access to 4 new mission-driven solutions exclusively available to all FirstNet subscribers: FirstNet® MegaRange™, Z-Axis, FirstNet Compact Rapid Deployables™ and Land-Mobile-Radio (LMR) interoperability for FirstNet Push-to-Talk (PTT). And, for the 3rd consecutive year, Frost & Sullivan recognizes AT&T for driving visionary innovation in public safety by introducing ‘smart’ solutions that cater to the evolving demands of first responders…

Police Radio Dispatcher II – Lateral (WA)

Do you have one year of continuous experience (full time or equivalent) as a Police Radio Dispatcher? Have you been employed in the last 18 months as a law enforcement radio dispatcher utilizing a Computer Aided Dispatch System? If so, coming to work for the City of Spokane could be your next great career move!

The Spokane Police Department (SPD) seeks applicants that are interested in joining a team of dedicated individuals to protect and serve Spokane citizens. SPD operates off the values of integrity, professionalism and compassion...

Prison Terms Imposed In Child Abuse Cases Involving 911 Dispatcher And DCS Case Manager (AZ)

Brian and Monica Campbell must serve at least 85 percent of their sentence before being eligible for release, according to Judge Timothy Dickerson. The couple pleaded guilty in December to committing four acts of abuse between 2016 and 2018 against four children adopted by the couple several years ago.

The prosecutions of the Campbells garnered a high level of community attention due to the parents’ jobs at the time a criminal investigation began in July 2018 – she worked as a 911 dispatcher for the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) while he was a case manager for the Arizona Department of Child Safety (DPS)…