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communications officer

  • Played the lead role in the re-branding process.
  • Designed and oversaw production of communication and promotional materials. 
  • Slashed cost and time of production by negotiating the pricing with suppliers.
  • Liaised with the media for publicity of our programmes.
  • Develop and maintain an information sharing platform.
  • Write content for the website, newsletter and other IEC materials.
  • Document the organization’s projects through photography, success stories and case studies.
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sr. communications officer

  • Second shift Supervisor for 911 team.
  • SWAT dispatcher.
  • Process 911 calls for service.
  • Sr. Training Officer for trainees.
  • Process all incoming calls for service on both the emergency and non-emergency lines.
  • Member of multi state deployment team.
  • Handled all aspects of mobile command center.
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communications officer

  • Monitoring and recording the location of on-duty police officers
  • Taking both 911 and non-emergency calls for service
  • Performing driver’s license and wanted persons queries
  • Assigning case numbers and recording case notes
  • Using computers and computer-aided dispatch
  • Monitoring police radio traffic
  • Operating police radios
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communications officer

  • I researched, compiled, and prepared reports, manuals, correspondence, or other information required by management or governmental agencies regarding emergency telecommunications.
  • Complied with county, state, and federal regulations by governing transmissions through radio, telephone, and teletype. 
  • Kept records required by government agencies regarding warrants, protective orders, sex offender registries, and missing persons.
  • Monitor and analyse the media trends. 
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communications officer

  • Answering emergency and non-emergency calls for service in a calm, courteous and competent manner
  • Effectively monitored two separate multiple phone line systems and prioritized calls for service.  The communications center received approximately 300,000 calls for service a year.
  • Efficiently dispatched and monitored multiple police, fire and EMS units for response to a variety of incidents
  • Maintain a professional and compassionate demeanor at all times 
  • Effectively operate a wide variety of emergency communications equipment, including multiple radio frequencies, computer aided dispatch systems, call recorders, GCIC/NCIC
  • Complied with state and federal laws for entering stolen vehicles, guns, articles and missing/wanted subjects into the GCIC/NCIC database
  • Activated the CodeRed Emergency Notification system as needed for environmental emergencies, road closures, other disasters as needed