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How much does Barnstable PD pay their dispatchers? What is the department like to work for??
 

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LKat20 said:
How much does Barnstable PD pay their dispatchers? What is the department like to work for??
I am a Patrolman for Barnstable. I don't know how much the dispatchers make but can tell you that we are a very busy department. We have roughly 50,000 year round residents and that number swells to 170,000 in the Summer months. We currently have roughly 120 full-time sworn personnel.

It is a great place to work for. the department is very professional and we are currently working on getting accredited.

Any more questions, please PM me.
 

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I love where I am. Geno, who you kidding...you'll be coming here soon.....besides we have the better softball team.....and 40, jack's nipple is to swelled up by all the attention you have given it.
 

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05-08-03 - 51139 Telecommunications/Jail Assistant, Barnstable Police Department: Dual function position/will perform the duties of Telecommunications Specialist who receives/transfers all Town of Barnstable 911 calls for police, fire, rescue. Sends out response personnel and monitors their activity. Answers all non-emergency calls and may serve as department receptionist to general public. Serves function of Jail Assistant, as dispatch area is adjacent to jail. Assists in the well-being checks of individuals in police custody and must be able to effectively serve to protect those held in custody. High School diploma or equivalent; extensive customer service experience with the public. CPR and AED training helpful. 911 Telecommunicator certified with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and Criminal Justice Information Systems (CJIS) Certification, EMD Certification, suicide training, otherwise must become certified in these areas within six months of hire. Must be able to pass background investigation. Must be able to work 1 of 3 shifts (24/7): 7:45 a.m. to 4:15 p.m., 3:45 p.m. to 12:15 a.m. & 11:45 p.m. to 8:15 a.m. Proficient in use of Computers. Excellent career track position to police work. (Complete Special Police application) $736.56 weekly + benefits Open to Town of Barnstable Employees through 9/1/05 and to the Public through 9/15/05
 
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