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Law Enforcement Dispatcher salary and benefits
Training for the position of Law Enforcement Dispatcher (LED) is primarily on-the-job. Additional schooling in computer operations and police telecommunications may also be provided. Each year, the State Patrol Academy sponsors in-service training for LEDs based on pertinent training needs.
- Challenging assignments
- Flexible work schedules
- Extensive health insurance
- Minimum 13 vacation days every year
- 4.5 days personal leave every year
- 9 days legal holidays every year
- 1.35 days sick leave every month
- Casual and supportive work environment
- Ability to transfer jobs without losing benefits
- Employee assistance program
- Employee wellness program
- Latest computer technology
- Generous retirement plan
- Supplemental medical insurance, income continuation insurance and life insurance available at low cost
- Deferred compensation plans
- Tax-free medical and childcare reimbursement program
- Opportunities for tuition reimbursement
For more information contact Cathie Cunningham at (608) 266-3425 or the State Patrol Academy at (608) 269-2500 ext. 0.
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Last modified: September 5, 2013
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