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I spent many years working in Public Safety. It is a large part of who I am. Through out my time I met some very good people who truly embody the meaning of Public Safety.
If you want to really know what Public Safety Telecommunications operators/dispatchers do look at this website. https://www.withinthetrenches.net/iam911-stories
One of the Centers I worked in https://www.portlandmaine.gov/719/Emergency-Communications
The first center I worked in Https://Vecc9-1-1.com
Ever since I was a young boy I have always felt that family is forever. It is our responsibility to keep our ancestors memory alive. Take the opportunity to interview and record family members in the generation above you. Document your family history and keep it safe. This is a great gift to give your children when they are old enough to appreciate it.
Layton UT about 30 minutes north of Salt Lake City and just south of Ogden. It is the largest city in Davis County but still maintains the small town feel. We have spectacular views of the Great Salt Lake to the west and the mountains to the east. Its a great place to live and raise a family.
I served in the United states Coast Guard from 1982-1986. I was a Radioman third class petty officer. I served in Valdez Alaska and on the Coast Guard Cutter Tamaroa. I also attended Boot Camp at Government Island in Alameda, California, February 2, 1982- April of 1982, I was one of the last classes to graduate from Alameda. I also attended Radioman school in Petaluma California.
I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I converted to the church in October of 1982 and have found it to be a guidance and strength throughout my life.
Someone recently reminded me of a show I used to watch that shared a lot of what should be common sense. Red Green See the video on the left side of the screen