Goddess of Command and Control
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  • Carlsbad, NM
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Type of Organization
Combination Fire Rescue Department
Job Function
911 Operator/Dispatcher
Years in Fire/EMS:
17 years
Primary Fire/EMS Department:
Eddy County Central Communications Authority
Years With Department/Agency
15 Years with Eddy County - 2 Years as Director
Dept. Web Site:
Other Past or Current Departments and Organizations
Law Enforcment Dispatch in Eddy County and Lubbock Texas for the past 17 years!
My Training:
Certified 911 Supervisor
Certified Telecommunicator (NM and TX)
Emergency Medical Disatcher
Emergency Medical Tech - I (expired licensure)
Communications Training Officer
NCIC - Terminal Agency Coordinator
ICS 100 - 400
NM State Instructor
Defense Tactics
Tactical Chemical / Less Lethal Force
Pepper Spray / Tazer
NM Certified Adult Detention Officer
NM Certified Juvenile Detention Officer
About Me:
I spent the first several years of my career focused on law enforcement. I've spent the past couple of years greatly broadening my responsibilities and loyalties!
Day Job:
Director of the Consolidated Dispatch Center.
Relationship Status:
Why I Joined Fire/EMS
The exhilaration of the Code 3 response and getting all the "boys in blue/black/brown and bunker gear" home safe!
Why I Love Fire/EMS
The feeling that I can really make a difference, for the better.
Top Issues Facing Responders:
Lack of consistent communications. Understafffing. Underpaid. Lack of training - due to budgetary constraints.

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At 1:12pm on March 9, 2009, KHope said…
Good call, you get the criminal aspect out of the picture, and the hey honey whatcha doin as well.
At 12:51pm on March 9, 2009, KHope said…
That's better!
At 11:27am on March 5, 2009, KHope said…
It may be the background; all we are missing is the height measurement.
At 4:44pm on February 28, 2009, Mark Klaene said…
not surprising, anyone in the fire rescue business for long knows what works and what doesn't and that includes turf battles. which never work. Unlike the politicians, no one gets in this business for the glory of it , because there isn't any. It's just about helping people and doing what is right. There are exceptions to every rule so maybe in teh future the city council will wise up .
At 10:54am on February 28, 2009, Mark Klaene said…
thanks for the info , sounds like a decision that carlsbad will likely regret in the future
At 10:50pm on February 27, 2009, KHope said…
At 10:43pm on February 27, 2009, KHope said…
LMAO!!!! Hey there. Is that a mug shot? Or a, I'm happy to be here pic?
And BTW, a dipatcher you may be, but you are certainly my favorite dispatcher/Queen of Command and Control!
At 1:02pm on February 26, 2009, Mark Klaene said…
Thanks for the info , do you know did NMDFA fund your consolidated dispatch PSAP equipment without Carlsbad being a part ? or did you get the equipment a different route?

Did Carlsbad buy their own PSAP equipment ?

Over here we are really locked up and so any additional info you can provide that might help get the county and the city to start moving on this would be welcomed.

I have been told Alamogordo bought their own PSAP but now want NMDFA to reimburse them and that is shutting out the county from getting theirs. The county SO runs a consolidate dispatch now (just not consolidated with the city of Alamogordo)

Aren't politics just grand --when will these elected officials stop their turf battles and look for the greater good.
At 6:57am on February 26, 2009, 144Truck said…
Population wise, our regional has about 125,000 residents.... But, if you do three LE agencies, you're busy with that alone....
At 12:21am on February 26, 2009, Mark Klaene said…
So we here in Otero county are having issues with NMDFA with regard to the new PSAPs. Has Eddy county received the new PSAP equipment? Are you folks running a consolidated dispatch? here the county and city are just fighting (going on 3 yrs now) on going to a combined dispatch center so we are running on the old PSAP equipment. I would like to hear how you folks are handling it.

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