Each year, RRRDC communications operators are given the opportunity to participate in "Casual Weekends" by making a donation to be given to a charitable organization. RRRDC communications operators donated $1200.00 to the Lend a Hand program which assists local families experiencing tough medical challenges.
During National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week we recognize, honor and thank those who serve in this demanding profession. These communications professionals serve our community, citizens and public safety personnel. They are responsible for responding to telephone calls for police, fire and emergency medical assistance to help save the lives and property of those in our community. They are the unseen first responders. During this week, we take this opportunity to thank Red River Regional Dispatch Center employees for the life saving work they do and to celebrate and
Congratulations to Red River Regional Dispatch Center employees who received awards in the first quarter of 2016 for their work at RRRDC. FM Ambulance recently held ceremonies recognizing citizens who performed CPR resulting in a life saved. During these ceremonies the role of the 911 dispatchers was acknowledged. In each of these instances, citizens called 911 and a Red River Regional Dispatch Center communications operator provided the caller with pre-arrival instruction to initiate by-stander CPR. In March, RRRDC honored Tina Lee, Chantel Shorey, Cathy McCracken, and