Pullman Police Honor Safety Telecommunicators for  National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week
Marisa Lloyd

Pullman Police Honor Safety Telecommunicators for National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

Pullman Police Department

PULLMAN – National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week will be celebrated April 11-17, 2021. This week recognizes the invaluable contributions of emergency dispatchers to public safety and emergency response.

The unseen heroes who answer 911 calls are often overlooked for the critical role that they play in coordinating first response and lifesaving efforts. They are the first to provide crucial assistance to citizens in need, providing reassurance and support while law enforcement, firefighters, or emergency medical personnel are en route.

Our local emergency dispatchers have a highly difficult and incredibly important job, which directly impacts the wellbeing of local residents, students, and visitors. The Pullman Police Department recognizes the men and women of the Whitcom 911 Regional Dispatch center for providing invaluable support in our mission to protect and serve the Pullman community.

We thank all public safety telecommunicators for the contributions that they make toward the safety of their communities, here in Pullman and beyond.

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