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Local dispatchers recognized during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

The work of Livingston County’s 911 dispatchers will be recognized starting Sunday.

Each year, Congress designates the second week of April as National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week to honor the estimated 300,000 men and women that are a part of the country’s 911 system. This year’s theme is “Super Heroes” with several events planned locally that will recognize Livingston County’s approximately 40 dispatchers including various dress up days including dress like your favorite food.

The observation will culminate on Friday with a ceremony where awards will be presented for; Critical Incident, Life Saving, Stork and Employee of the Year.


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