Springfield welcomes new 911 dispatchers after graduation

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Springfield officials will be attending a special 911 dispatcher graduation ceremony on Tuesday.

According to a news release from the City of Springfield, the Springfield Emergency Communications Office will welcome new 911 dispatchers after their graduation ceremony on Tuesday. Springfield Emergency Communications is the primary public safety answering point for Springfield and provides dispatch services for the Springfield Fire and Police Departments.

The graduation ceremony will take place at the Raymond A. Jordan Senior Center on the second floor at 10:00 a.m. Mayor Domenic Sarno, Fire Commissioner BJ Calvi, and Deputy Fire Chief David Wells will be in attendance at the ceremony.

Mayor Sarno states, “Congratulations to our newest 911 emergency dispatchers! On behalf of Fire Commissioner BJ Calvi, Deputy Fire Chief David Wells, and all of our brave and dedicated Fire, Police, and emergency response officials, we thank you and your families for your sacrifice and commitment to working on the ‘frontlines’ to help enhance our public safety response for our residents and business community. Your professionalism, compassion, and efforts are truly appreciated. Thank you.”

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