NH dispatchers recognized as link to safety teams

Dispatchers being recognized for National Public Safety Telecommunications Week


The Union Leader

BEDFORD, N.H. — Police dispatcher Nicole Jones may answer phone calls for a living, but her job is anything but dull.

"The excitement makes it fun; it's just a good experience," Jones said. "You never get the same thing . . . ."

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