Apply today — Upshur County is now hiring 911 dispatchers (WV)

The Office of the Upshur County Commission is accepting applications for full-time E911 telecommunicator (dispatch) positions. Starting rate of pay is $11.00 per hour.

Applications will be received until the positions are filled. Individuals may pick up an application form at the Office of the Upshur County Commission located at the Upshur County Administrative Annex, 91 West Main Street, Suite 101, Buckhannon, WV 26201 or on the website at:

Two Sunstar Paramedics First Responders Receive EMS Awards

Sunstar Paramedics employees, emergency medical services dispatcher and paramedic Christopher Kannenberg and emergency medical technician Jason Melzer are among the recipients of the 2020 Pinellas County Emergency Medical Services Professionals of the Year. This award is presented to public safety professionals who stand out because of their outstanding contributions to EMS or for heroic actions…


CHICAGO – As part of Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot’s all-hands-on-deck public safety strategy, the Office of Emergency Management and Communications (OEMC), the Chicago Police Department and other City departments and agencies today joined together to emphasize that safety is a priority when celebrating Memorial Day weekend. In preparation for the holiday weekend and summer ahead, the City announced new public safety efforts to enhance coordination with key departments in a comprehensive approach to reduce violence and bolster City services across Chicago’s neighborhoods…

Kootenai County, ID Police Jobs – Entry Level, Dispatcher (ID)

911 Emergency Communications Officer– Sheriff’s Office

THIS POSITION answers emergency calls while coordinating, and disseminating critical services with the aid of specialized equipment. This position is the lifeline between the public requesting assistance and the first responders of Kootenai County that include: police, fire and medical assistance. On the job training provided by the Sheriff’s 911 department.

$18.64 to $25.35 DOE per hour to start (includes .50 shift differential)

Public Employees Retirement System of Idaho (PERSI), a pension plan with five year vesting…

IUPUI team awarded $112500 to advance work on voice AI for law enforcement (IN)

INDIANAPOLIS — A team of recent graduates from the School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI and the School of Science at IUPUI has been awarded $70,000 from the National Institutes of Standards and Technology, or NIST, for developing artificial intelligence technology to help police officers conduct their work more safely and efficiently.

The support recognizes the team’s development of Zenext, a voice-command virtual assistant based on Google Assistant that helps law enforcement conduct critical tasks hands-free. The technology works similarly to Siri or Alexa…