Not normally. There are still a few places where 911 dispatchers/call takers are sworn peace officer, but they are in the minority. The vast majority of dispatchers are civilians with no arrest authority.
I'm pretty sure that would be the Police Force
Arlan McGregor has written: 'Police dispatcher's dictionary' -- subject(s): Dictionaries, Police dispatchers
The divorce rate for the first marriage is 41%. The divorce rate for the second marriage is 60%. The divorce rate for the third marriage is 73%.
Phones are answered by dispatchers, administrative assistants, clerks, and police officers. There is no specific person assigned to this.
The divorce rate in arranged marriage is 5%.
The divorce rate in the US in 1960 was about 10%. Divorce rate in America drastically rose in the 1980s to over 22%.
Dispatchers log all of the police's activity. This log is kept because of court. Anything can happen and most likely will happen. The log shows the court every step that was taken. Dispatchers record everything that is said on the radio and what time it was said. It is a official document.
Yes I'm currently a driver there and deal with our dispatchers daily. Every company that has drivers has dispatchers.
Most people radios are equipped with GPS locators to give dispatchers an idea as to the location of Police (closest officer is typically dispatched)..
Surprisingly its the military... The deployment rate has been rising so the divorce rate has too.
Divorce is not allowed in the Philippines.
Current divorce rate in Australia around 47% to 55 %
The divorce rate in the United States is close to 50%. The divorce rate for first marriages is 41%, for second marriages it is 60% and for third marriages it 73%.
the devorce rate is 41%
Commanders, civilians, and constables are the ranks for the Strategic Response Unit. Civilians and constables are the dispatchers of the SRU.
American Train Dispatchers Association was created in 1917.
The divorce rate is NOT consistent in all 50 states. Factors that change the divorce rate in different states are constantly changing, which affects the rate so often that many are indeed not consistent.
Divorce is not allowed in the Philippines. Statistics? No rate.
The divorce rate of 6.2% per 1,000 couples is forty percent higher than it was in 1970, the year no-fault divorce was legalized in this state.
Angela M. Havens has written: 'The memoirs of Sadie Wrayburn' -- subject(s): Police dispatchers, Fiction
The divorce rate in Greece is 24% and it has more than doubled since the early 90's.
As of 2011 CE, the divorce rate in the Republic of India is 1.01 for every thousand marriages annually.
Chances are you won't talk to the police when you call 911. Dispatchers answer in the 911 center who will dispatch police, fire, or ems to your location when needed. If you call 911 just to see what they say then you might have another problem on your hands.