Naperville's Retiring Emergency Communications Manager Named Telecommunicator of the Year

  • Source: Chicago Tribune - Metered Site
  • Published: 04/18/2019 01:43 PM

The Naperville Police and Fire Departments have awarded the 2019 Telecommunicator of the Year Award to Emergency Communications Manager Kalah Considine, who retired April 18 after 42 years of service to the City of Naperville. The announcement of this year's honoree comes during National Public Safety Telecommunications Week, April 14-20. Initiated by Congress in 1991, this week recognizes the men and women who serve as public safety telecommunications professionals. In addition to awarding the Telecommunicator of the Year, Naperville also recognized City Dispatcher Sarah Cowan and 9-1-1 telecommunicators Harold Downs, Allegra Glienke, Nick Nigro and Jordan Sloop for their exemplary service throughout the past year. The Telecommunicator of the Year Award was presented by the Naperville Police and Fire Chiefs to Kalah Considine in recognition of her 42 years of dedicated service to the Naperville community.


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