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National Emergency Tele Communicator/Dispatcher Appreciation Week

April 15th through 19th is the National Emergency Tele Communicator/Dispatcher Appreciation Week. Major David Hennessy, Lieutenant Joseph Soren and Sergeant Mark Mauer visited the Broward County Sheriff’s Office Communications Center to give a special thank you to the communications operators that serve Lauderhill.  Chief Stanley, the Lauderhill FOP & PBA, and the Lauderhill Police Department, sincerely appreciate the Broward Sheriff’s Office Communications Team for their continued hard work and dedication ensuring the safety of both the citizens and first responders.

Officers with communications operators that serve Lauderhill

Pictured from left to right at the Broward County Sheriff’s Office Communications Center are FOP Vice President Sergeant Mark Mauer, BSO Communications Site Manager Tangila Mobley, PBA Representative Lieutenant Joseph Soren and Major David Hennessy.


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