Welcome to the DeSoto County Sheriff's Office
208 East Cypress Street
Arcadia, Florida 34266
National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week April 13-19, 2014
Communications Squad Supervisor Latonja Brutton accepted the Tribute Plaque on behalf of the Desoto County Communications Division
A Tribute to DeSoto County, Florida
Emergency 9-1-1 Dispatchers
WHEREAS, an emergency can happen at any given time and, in that
Event, it is commonplace to dial 91-1 for assistance; and
WHEREAS, we expect that when we make that call, someone will be
There to answer and activate the system of emergency services. Someone
Who is professional and trained to remain calm, sometimes in the face of
Unspeakable tragedy; and
WHEREAS, the Emergency 9-1-1 personnel in DeSoto County,
Florida work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, sacrificing weekends and holidays
With their families; and
WHEREAS, the safety of our police officers, firefighters and emergency
Medical personnel is largely dependent upon the quality and accuracy of
The information obtained and transmitted by the Dispatcher; and
WHEREAS, the week of April 13-19, 2014 is set aside as National
Public Safety Telecommunicators Week, NOW THEREFORE,
BE IT RESPECTFULLY PROCLAIMED that it is fitting to recognize and honor
Those who stand in the gap for our families and ourselves during the most critical moments
In our lives. It is indeed a privilege to recognize the Emergency 9-1-1 Dispatchers of
DeSoto County, Florida and to extend to them an expression of the heartfelt appreciation of
A grateful community.
State Representative, District 56
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