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You will always be able to call 911 and have a person respond to your needs. How can you get the best help as fast as possible? It’s simple.
LOCATION – LOCATION – LOCATION!
The Digitally Dispatched Podcast provides education to enhance your ability to deliver valuable, needed and critical information when it counts during an emergency
Are you ready to enhance your awareness when it comes to how you share information when you call 911?
Join 20+year Police Dispatcher Lisa Moore, as she compiles a living legacy library to bolster & grow via The Digitally Dispatched Podcast!
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The Host of this Program:
Lisa Moore has been a police dispatcher for 20 years and in this profession she has been a supervisor, a trainer and a peer speaker with the Critical Incident Training team where she is able to share some of her exciting, heart-wrenching and even some or her humorous 911 and police calls. Lisa graduated from Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa with and Associates degree in Liberal Arts before attending the University of Iowa, in Iowa City and receiving a Bachelorette’s Degree in Elementary Education with a minor in Communications.
In addition to dispatching, Lisa is a trivia buff and claims to know a little bit about a lot of stuff. Her other interests include listening to audible books and podcasts, all genres of film and television, and is a self proclaimed fast-foodie and loves discussing food and places she enjoys going as well as trying out new places. Lisa is looking forward to exploring the podcasting world and finding a place for her perspectives, knowledge and vast experiences.
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