State Law Enforcement Dispatcher / Call Taker
As the first, first responders, State Law Enforcement Dispatchers and Call Takers are non-sworn communications professionals who serve as the vital link between the public and law enforcement and are crucial to maintaining the safety and welfare of the public and law enforcement officers. There are multiple openings for both positions across the state.
Be the best part of someone’s worst day!
The Communications Analyst researches and analyzes data produced by the 9-1-1 Emergency Communications Center. Using this data the analyst will prepare, distribute and maintain reports or information to aid in the efficient performance of the ECC.
9-1-1 Call Takers and Dispatchers
The City of St. Petersburg Police Department is hiring 911 Call Takers and Dispatchers. The agency is currently offering a $1,500 hiring bonus and higher starting pay to applicants with previous ECC experience or who already hold Florida 911 PST Certification. St. Petersburg PD has a state-of-the-art communications center, including brand-new sit-stand consoles. They also have regular therapy dog visits!
This position is in the Communications Center and is accountable for receiving 911 emergency calls and computer-controlled automatic alarm system information and dispatching appropriate personnel and equipment for the Reedy Creek Improvement District in Lake Buena Vista, FL.
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