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DOCJT graduates 21 telecommunicators from Public Safety Dispatch Academy
One Adair Countian, Kevin R. Jones, E-911 completes training
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By Jim Robertson
RICHMOND, Ky. (Fri 18 Nov 2016) - Twenty-one law enforcement dispatchers graduated Friday from the Public Safety Dispatch Academy at the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training.
The graduates hail from communications centers across the state, and comprise DOCJT's 109th telecommunications academy class, which first began in 1999.
The five weeks of training consisted of 205 hours of academy instruction to satisfy mandated training requirements. Major training areas included identifying the role and responsibilities of the dispatcher, correct phone and radio procedures, handling emergency and non-emergency calls for service, emergency medical dispatch protocols and use of the state and national criminal databases.
Dispatch basic training is mandatory for any sworn or civilian employee who will dispatch law enforcement officers by radio at a Criminal Justice Information Systems agency.
DOCJT also provides in-service and leadership training for Kentucky public safety dispatchers and law enforcement officers.
DOCJT is a state agency located on Eastern Kentucky University's campus. The agency is the first in the nation to be accredited under the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies' public safety training program designation.
DOCJT also earned accredited through the International Association for Continuing Education and Training in 2013 - making it the nation's only law enforcement training academy to achieve dual accreditation by two independent accrediting organizations.
Class 108** graduates and their agencies are:
Michael Bridger Antos, Morehead State University Police Department, Aaron T. Beaven, Jefferson County Sheriff's Office, Emmanuel Collado, LaRue County E-911, Chelsey Crabtree, Monticello/Wayne County 911, Megan Leigh Taylor Engel, Oldham County Dispatch, Tiffany Sue Filburn, Radcliff Police Department, *Kevin R. Jones, Adair County E-911, Morgan Nicole Martin, Hancock County 911, John Marshall Merson, Jr., Maysville Police Department, Kendra Murphy, Hardin County 911, Jessica M. Pierce, Owensboro Police Department, Denna E. Prater, Prestonsburg 911, Ashleigh Puckett, Paducah/McCracken County 911, *Kendra Rader, Jackson County E-911, Christopher Shoemaker, Boone County PSCC, Samantha P. Stamps, Hopkinsville Police Department, Darrius Taylor, Carrollton Police Department, Jesse Allen Tomlin, Boone County PSCC, Joshua Weaver, Blue Grass Airport Police Department, Brittany S. Wilkie, Henderson Police Department, Jordan Kristofer Williams, Paris Police Department*Denotes graduate of 165.5-hour Non-CJIS Public Safety Dispatch Academy.
This story was posted on 2016-11-18 13:42:02
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