Thu Apr 12th, 2018
Each year, the second full week of April is dedicated to the men and women who serve as Public Safety Telecommunicators.
The week highlights a profession that demands unique professional skills and personal attributes of people willing to make sacrifices like working weekends, rotating shifts, and holidays, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
It is a privilege to recognize that the Southern Ute Indian Tribe retains such a talented group of Communication Officers. Each of them are tasked with a tremendous amount of responsibility in the performance of their duties.
Please join us in showing your appreciation to the heroes behind the headset by thanking them for the critical services that they provide.
We are proud to honor our Communication Officers for their commitment to the community and citizens of the Southern Ute Indian Reservation for saving lives and protecting property.
Thank you to all who endure this most challenging and tough job!!