Taylor is responsible for ensuring that the county’s E911 System meets or exceeds the technical and operational standards of the State of Florida 911 plan. This includes fiscal, technical, operational and strategic planning issues of computer-aided dispatch (CAD), Master Street Address Guide (MSAG), Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Map addressing problem resolution. She is the addressing authority for the county as she assigns and manages addresses to provide accuracy of the 911 database. She also manages the telecommunicator’s in our Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP).
Taylor was born and raised in Desoto County and a graduate of Desoto County High School, Class of 2009.Contact information:
Staci Taylor Browning Jones
Desoto County Sheriff’s Office
208 East Cypress Street
Arcadia, Florida 34266
Rebecca Browning started her career with the DeSoto County Sheriff’s Office in December 2014. In 2018 she was promoted from a telecommunicator to Dispatch Supervisor. She was then promoted to Communications Manager in February of 2020. In November of 2020 she trained as a dispatcher in Charlotte County where she realized she wanted to make a difference in her home town. Rebecca currently serves as a Dispatch Supervisor. She has attended multiple training courses as well as other programs. She has taken several courses throughout her career to include FEMA, Diabetic Emergency & Officer Response, Emergency Medical Dispatch and more.
Rebecca was born and raised in DeSoto County where she raises her son and daughter with her Firefighter Husband.
Lilian Hernandez started her journey at the DeSoto County Sheriff’s office in August of 2020 as a telecommunicator. She completed 240 hours in the Public Safety Academy. Throughout her employment she has gone through various trainings such as FEMA, Emergency Medical Dispatch and many more. Lilian is eager to further her career with the DeSoto County Sheriff’s Office.
Lilian was born and raised in Arcadia, Florida where she remains with her family.