Garland County recently announced the latest promotions within the Garland County Communications Center.
"These promotions are the result of independent emergency communications testing, as well as a series of independent and internal interviews, conducted earlier in the year," James Martin, director Garland County 911 Communications Center, said in a news release.
Brittney Bettis was promoted from Level II telecommunicator to Level III telecommunicator, the release said.
"Brittney has served the residents of Garland County as a Level II telecommunicator with the Garland County Communications Center for nearly five years. As a Level II, Brittney has served alongside the shift supervisor and Level III TC for the past several years, showing great leadership, dedication and supervisory abilities. Brittney brings over 200 hours of specialized training into her new position," Martin said.
Daniel Rogers was promoted from Level I telecommunicator to Level II telecommunicator, the release said.
"Daniel has served the residents of Garland County as a telecommunicator with the Garland County Communications Center for nearly four years. Daniel has proven himself as a reliable and dedicated TC, and is eager to progress in his new position. Daniel brings nearly 200 hours of specialized training into his new position," Martin said.
"Please join us in congratulating Brittney and Daniel on completing the processes and their resulting promotions."