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Commissioners declare Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

by McKenzie Cunningham

April 13, 2014

From left are 911 Center Manager Jason Stover, District 2 Commissioner Brian Tam, 911 Center Administrative Assistant Sherry Avery, Commission Chairman Pete Amos, 911 Center Director Pat Giordano, District 5 Commissioner Jim Boff, 911 Center Assistant Director Rebecca McClung, District 4 Commissioner Cindy Jones Mills and District 3 Commissioner Todd Levent.
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. At their April 3 meeting, the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners proclaimed April 13-19 as Forsyth County Public Safety Telecommunicators Week.

The week recognizes the county's 911 Center employees who, as public safety telecommunicators, serve as the single vital link for law enforcement and fire personnel by monitoring their activities by radio, providing information and ensuring their safety.

"Public safety telecommunicators of Forsyth County have contributed substantially to the apprehension of criminals, suppression of fires and the treatment of patients," said Commission Chairman Pete Amos.

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