Steuben County Emergency Management
Steuben County Emergency Management would like to take the time to Acknowledge and Recognize the first to respond to a 9-1-1 call for help, the 9-1-1 Dispatcher or better known in the professional world as the Telecommunicator.
April 8th through April 15th 2018 Is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. Communication/911 centers across the United States will be celebrating their professional telecommunicators in a variety of ways.
The men and women of Steuben County Communications/9-1-1, a group of highly trained professionals who are second to no one. Steuben County Communications/911 answers in excess of 14,000 9-1-1 calls, an excess of 1000 9-1-1 Text Messages, well over 56,000 administrative calls and well over 227,000 Dispatch Radio Transmissions, not including the countless other duties and training requirements throughout the year.
So please join me in acknowledging and thanking the men and women of Steuben County Communications / 9-1-1:
Gary LeTourneau, Director; Jeanna Patterson, Supervisor; Susan Erwin, Training Coordinator; Deb Wasson; Paula Brown; Lisa Freed; Tish Covell; Dawn Turner; Shayne Sigafoose; Melissa Stowe; Brittany Houser; Tara Huisman; Todd Patterson; Jordon Tripp; and Bill Lanoue.
THANK YOU FOR ALL THAT YOU DO!
The residents of Steuben County can rest easy knowing that when they dial 9-1-1 during an emergency a highly trained professional Telecommunicator / Dispatcher will be there to answer their call for help.
HAPPY NATIONAL PUBLIC SAFETY