Receives and prioritizes 911 emergency and non-emergency calls for service. Operates radio equipment to dispatch police, fire and emergency medical personnel. Tracks status of units and maintain related records. Monitors various camera views, processes warrants, relays messages. Computerized data entry and access City Network and a variety of databases to retrieve related information as required. This position involves 12-hour shift work necessary to provide services 24/7/365 (weekends, evenings, and holidays included). Work shifts are usually 12 hours in duration, but may be extended to maintain minimum staffing or in the event of an emergency.
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