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Happy Birthday pretty boy!

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Hope you got a very large bone to chew. Happy Birthday

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What a handsome officer—HAPPY BIRTHDAY “Ace”—Thank You for your service!!!!

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Wendy Mcelroy-Gress is now in Jail. Thanks to the tips that we are receiving from the community 5 out of 9 of our wanted persons have been captured. We can not thank the Guernsey County community enough! ...

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Great job Guernsey County sheriffs office.

Super deputies!

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Next!?

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Who else is wanted?

List the rest...fb will find them..

Great job!!

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Sgt Patterson informs the public about the upcoming #2021DrugTakeBackDay at Riesbeck's Food Market in Cambridge on April 24th, from 10 AM to 2 PM.

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Timeline PhotosNational Public Safety Telecommunicators Week Honors 911 Dispatchers:

Every year during the second week of April, the telecommunications personnel in the public safety community are honored. This week-long event, initially set up in 1981 by Patricia Anderson of the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office in California, is a time to celebrate and thank those who dedicate their lives to serving the public. It is a week that should be set aside so everyone can be made aware of their hard work and dedication.

The Guernsey County Sheriff’s Office 9-1-1 Center employs 11 full time dispatchers, led by communications supervisor Lt. Dustin Best and Dispatch Supervisor Jeff Hannon. This team of dispatchers are trained to handle all types of situations. At least two dispatchers are on duty 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to assist the public and first responders. These dispatchers work on holidays, weekends and can miss out on family events and special occasions. Public safety telecommunicators are more than just a calm and reassuring voice at the other end of the phone. They are knowledgeable and highly trained individuals who work closely with other police agencies, fire departments and medical personnel as well as others in the Guernsey County community. We would like to thank all dispatchers across the United States for their hard work and dedication to their communities.

(Photo Front Row Left To Right – Dispatcher Steve Schubert, Dispatcher Jamie Hopps, Dispatcher Monica Kurtz, Sheriff Jeffrey D. Paden, Dispatcher Dylan Roe, Dispatcher Thomas O’Meara, Dispatcher Lacy Downing, Back Row Left to Right – Dispatcher Chris Galbreath, Dispatcher Christa Daymut, Dispatcher Rebecca Hanes, Dispatch Supervisor Jeff Hannon)

www.guernseysheriff.com/national-public-safety-telecommunicators-week-honors-911-dispatchers/
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Thank you for your service

Thank you all !!!

Thanks for all you do!!! Such reassuring voices on the other end of the phone when you need help!

Every day we should honor our law informent officers and staft. What a great job that goes un thanked.

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