Welcome to another episode of Within the Trenches, true stories from the 9-1-1 dispatchers who live them. Episode 172 features Jennifer, Training Officer/Alternate Supervisor at Escambia County Public Safety, Florida.
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Episode topics –
- Podcast appearances
- Jennifer’s 9-1-1 Story
- Taking calls from those you know
- Calls that stick
- A 9-1-1 call from Jennifer’s daughter
- Broward County, Florida – School shooting
As always if you have any comments, questions, topic suggestions or you would like to be a guest, send an email to email@example.com
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Good morning and welcome back! Whitney and I finally got the chance to record episode 43 and this is a must listen and watch! In this episode we sat down with our good friend Matt to talk about ridiculous calls and non-emergency calls on emergency lines. Matt is a local police officer and since we have worked with him before we felt he would be best suited for this episode. We also visit inappropriate 9-1-1 “on hold” songs and share other funny stories. Get ready to be schooled and make sure to check out our podcast promotion featuring Facebook fan page 911 Dispatches From the Edge. This page is a good mixture of humor and seriousness. It’s a place for 9-1-1 professionals to vent, network, share stories and more. Tune in next week when I sit down with Smart911 to share what they do for the public and dispatch. As always you can email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org. And make sure to look below because this episode comes with a video version.
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Episode topics –
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- Back to dispatch traffic
- The infamous sniff
- Ridiculous calls on 9-1-1
- How Matt handles ridiculous calls
Good morning everyone I hope you are having an excellent Saturday. This past Wednesday Whitney and I sat down with two different dispatchers to record episodes 10 and 11. This way we can post one this week and post the next this coming Wednesday. It gives us some time to contact more people and come up with new things to do on the show. We are currently working on topic driven episodes with Whitney and I, answering listener questions and we were recently given the green light from Dispatch Magazine On-Line to utilize their library of 9-1-1 tapes. These new in-house episodes will be live and will give a new element to the show.
This episode features Brody, a 9-1-1 dispatcher out of Harvey County 911 in Newton, Kansas who adds a little flare to the profession by talking to us about some of his tactical dispatch experience. As always you can email us at email@example.com and if you want to get your hands on some official Within the Trenches merchandise, you can either hit The Jabber Log Store tab above or follow the link below. Also don’t forget to check out The Thin Gold Line on Facebook!
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Good morning and welcome back to another excellent episode of the Within the Trenches podcast. This weeks podcast promotion features Diary of a Mad Dispatcher on Facebook! I will provide the link below and make sure to head over and ‘Like’ them. They are 66,000+ strong and adding more fans every day. The page is tailored to 9-1-1 dispatchers but anyone would be able to get the humor from this page.
With that said, this weeks episode features Jessica, a dispatcher with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office in Arizona. Jessica’s interview was excellent and her stories are compelling. This is an episode you don’t want to miss! As always you can email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Episode topics –
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- Jessica’s transition from military police to dispatch
- Jessica’s first call and experience with a belligerent caller
- The horror of hearing shots fired over the radio
- A stranded hiker on top of a mountain
- Advice for those looking to get into dispatching