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City of Irving 9-1-1 Dispatcher

Dispatcher II ADDITIONAL PAY OFFERED FOR TCOLE CERTIFICATION! Duties include receiving and dispatching emergency calls from citizens requesting police service; maintaining contact with police field units; entering, updating and retrieving…

City of Fort Worth 9-1-1 Dispatcher

The City of Fort Worth Police Department is recruiting for Public Safety Communicator II (911 Dispatcher).  The minimum standard which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this position is a High School Diploma…

City of Fort Worth 9-1-1 Operator

The City of Fort Worth Police Department is recruiting 911 Operators.  The minimum standard which provides the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities for this position is a High School Diploma or GED.  All candidates must be…

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The emergency communications workplace is a dynamic environment, with 9-1-1 calltakers and dispatchers challenged daily by the responsibility that rests with them to make potentially life altering decisions.

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If you are the manager of an emergency communications center within the jurisdiction of the Tarrant County 9-1-1 District, this is your portal for communicating with district staff and your colleagues that manage neighboring 9-1-1 centers.

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The technical credibility of district staff members paired with their initiative motivate them every day to ensure the 9-1-1 infrastructure evolves technologically. The dedicated staff is a team of 15 tenured industry professionals.

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1985

Tarrant County 9-1-1 began.

240 million

calls made to 9-1-1 in the U.S. each year.

80%

of calls are from wireless devices.