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Posted by on Nov 5, 2013 in News | 1 comment

Telecommunicator Metrics

Telecommunicator Metrics

911iconAs some of you might have noticed – my blog has been stale of late. Since, I’ve moved into the realm of being an author I was trying to present a more legitimate appearance. I had a grand scheme of doing book reviews for struggle writers (since I know how it feels).

I come to find out – that’s just plain old and boring. Therefore, I’m going back to the caffeine & ADD fueled posts of yesteryear. I’ll still post reviews when I get to them.

At the moment, I’m on a different endeavor. I wrote and published my first wordpress plugin. Now, I’m back into doing research for my next book. While at the same time, formatting a book I already completed.

For years, my wife has worked in the 911 emergency services field as a dispatcher. My book is directly involved with that field. However, I only have a small sampling of data from two agencies to work with. I have created a survey and posted it on pinnion – a survey site.  Click the big blue button below to take the survey.

Telecommunicator Survey – Currently Closed.

If you work or have worked in that field – please click on the button and take the survey. I would appreciated if you copy the link and send it to others in the field. If you have any questions or comments – feel free to post or ask them. If you would like to be notified of results or when the book & data is published then feel free to follow me on Facebook, Twitter, or here.

Thanks!

1 Comment

  1. I took your survey thru the nocturnal dispatcher fb page & wanted to write to see if I could offer any additional information about being a dispatcher. My first police job was January 1977 (i took off a few years while married when my daughter was young). After that, in 1983, I became a dispatcher with Fort Myers Police Dept in SW Florida & stayed there til 1999, when NewJersey State Police hired me over the phone & I moved back to my home state of New Jersey & I am now exactly one year & one month from retirement. If I can answer questions or assist you in any way, I would be glad to help! You can email me if you like.

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