FCCC hosts guest speakers


As part of Four County Career Center’s Law Enforcement and Security Tactics and Fire and Rescue career and technical education training, students recently had the opportunity to host several guest speakers talking about their careers in dispatching. They talked to the students about the importance of their positions in working with county and city police and fire departments. Shown following the presentation are, from left, Emilee Campbell of Archbold, Bryan Police Department dispatcher and FCCC graduate Abby Weller, Tiffany Bechstein of Liberty Center, Williams County EMA and 911 coordinator Dawn Baldwin, Ohio State Highway Patrol dispatcher and Edgerton High School coah Pat Bowsher, Haley Brown of Wauseon, and Michael Wyrostek of Delta.


As part of Four County Career Center’s Law Enforcement and Security Tactics and Fire and Rescue career and technical education training, students recently had the opportunity to host several guest speakers talking about their careers in dispatching. They talked to the students about the importance of their positions in working with county and city police and fire departments. Shown following the presentation are, from left, Emilee Campbell of Archbold, Bryan Police Department dispatcher and FCCC graduate Abby Weller, Tiffany Bechstein of Liberty Center, Williams County EMA and 911 coordinator Dawn Baldwin, Ohio State Highway Patrol dispatcher and Edgerton High School coah Pat Bowsher, Haley Brown of Wauseon, and Michael Wyrostek of Delta.

As part of Four County Career Center’s Law Enforcement and Security Tactics and Fire and Rescue career and technical education training, students recently had the opportunity to host several guest speakers talking about their careers in dispatching. They talked to the students about the importance of their positions in working with county and city police and fire departments. Shown following the presentation are, from left, Emilee Campbell of Archbold, Bryan Police Department dispatcher and FCCC graduate Abby Weller, Tiffany Bechstein of Liberty Center, Williams County EMA and 911 coordinator Dawn Baldwin, Ohio State Highway Patrol dispatcher and Edgerton High School coah Pat Bowsher, Haley Brown of Wauseon, and Michael Wyrostek of Delta.
http://www.fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2017/11/web1_law-speakers-fulton.jpgAs part of Four County Career Center’s Law Enforcement and Security Tactics and Fire and Rescue career and technical education training, students recently had the opportunity to host several guest speakers talking about their careers in dispatching. They talked to the students about the importance of their positions in working with county and city police and fire departments. Shown following the presentation are, from left, Emilee Campbell of Archbold, Bryan Police Department dispatcher and FCCC graduate Abby Weller, Tiffany Bechstein of Liberty Center, Williams County EMA and 911 coordinator Dawn Baldwin, Ohio State Highway Patrol dispatcher and Edgerton High School coah Pat Bowsher, Haley Brown of Wauseon, and Michael Wyrostek of Delta.