SCEC personnel have been participating in law enforcement training the past couple of days, running communications for the exercise, and today they’re in the field. The training helps law enforcement with communications during the exercise and gives dispatchers experience for real events that can occur. Watch Supervisor Cara Bishop-Wichman is on the left (it’s a cool morning!) with her hoodie on while Senior Dispatcher Ashley Stevenson (seated) runs the comms.
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