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Indiana State Police look to fill dispatcher position

BRISTOL, Ind. -- The Indiana State Police are accepting applications for a Regional Dispatcher position at the Toll Road Post.

The Regional Dispatch Center operates off of County Road 17 and covers the length of the Toll Road as well as the Bremen District. The Bremen District covers Elkhart, St. Joseph, Marshall and Kosciusko counties.

The responsibilities of a dispatcher include dispatching information to police personnel and other law enforcement agencies and support services throughout a Computer Aided Dispatch also known as a CAD System, Records Management System (RMS), Automatic Vehicle Locator, Geographic Information (GIS) and other Regional Dispatch Center resources.

Requirements for the position are a high school diploma, GED and the ability to sit in a confined area for extensive amounts of time. Two years of public safety communications experience is also preferred.

The position pays roughly $30,000 per year with extensive benefits.

Applications must be sent in prior to April 20, 2018.

Click here for more information about the position and to apply.

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