COUNTY HONORS MVRDA TELECOMMUNICATORS
The Doña Ana County Board of Commissioners recognized Mesilla Valley Regional Dispatch Authority, MVRDA Telecommunicators by proclaiming the second week of April in their honor, at their regular meeting Tuesday, April 13.
“We are very grateful to all first responders for their work, especially with the unforeseen and challenging circumstances we have all faced, through the pandemic,” said County Manager Fernando R. Macias. “The Commission called out and recognized telecommunicators for their key role in public safety and getting help to all residents when we need it most, whether it is law enforcement, an ambulance or the fire department.”
MVRDA answers public safety calls for Doña Ana County, the Cities of Las Cruces, Sunland Park and Anthony; the Town of Mesilla, and the Village of Hatch, an estimated 213,598 residents.
In 2020, the Center received 299,857 telephone calls, resulting in 305,461 incidents dispatched throughout the region. On average, the Center answered 821 calls per day.
Throughout the week, the following MVRDA staff, selected for their excellent performance will be highlighted on Doña Ana County’s social media channels, to share the recognition with the community:
Emili Jones, Telecommunicator
Maricela Rios, Telecommunicator
Rebecca Najera, Telecommunicator
Evelyn Lopez, Telecommunicator
Keith Dawson, Telecommunicator
Robert Milks, NCIC Coordinator
Albert Flores, Deputy Director
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For more information about Doña Ana County, please visit www.donaanacounty.org.
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