SCSO recognizes National Telecommunicators Week

SCSO courtesy photo The Tree of Life was installed inside the Sublette County Communications Center and recognizes communications officers who have either retired or are credited with saving a life in Sublette County.

SUBLETTE COUNTY — The Sublette County Sheriff’s Office is celebrating the services that its professional telecommunicators and county fire, law enforcement and EMS dispatchers, who assist the Town of Pinedale and Wyoming Highway Patrol as part of National Public Safety Telecommunicators Weeks 2023.
The sheriff’s office makes an effort to have at least two dispatchers on duty at any given time, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, but there are occasions when one dispatcher handles all of the calls for the entire county.

The local dispatchers are certified in Emergency Medical Dispatch as well as Emergency Fire Dispatch. All incoming 911 calls are measured for quality assurance, according to the SCSO.

In 2022, the Tree of Life was added to the SCSO communications center, recognizing newly retired communications officers and those individuals who are credited with saving a life in Sublette County.

The SCSO extends its gratitude and appreciation to all communications officers who keep their communities safe.