According to APCO International, National Public Safety Telecommunications Week was first established in 1981 by the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office in California, when the local Sheriff thanked the 911 dispatchers for taking on extra duties during an Administrative Professionals Day event. This special week later became a national celebration when signed into law by President Bill Clinton, and exists today as a time to honor dispatchers and telecommunicators for devoting their lives to serving the public and exhibiting characteristics of The Thin Gold Line.

Recognize the everyday heroes on your dispatch and telecommunications team by presenting exclusive dispatcher gifts from our Safety Dispatchers Essentials collection. During National Public Safety Telecommunications Week events in April, or any time of year, thank your dedicated 911 dispatchers and valuable team members with unique appreciation gifts for hectic workdays and leisure time.

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