The TRPD is seeking to hire a Telecommunications Specialist.
The TRPD is currently accepting applications for the position of night shift (7:00 pm - 7:00 am) telecommunications specialist in our Communications Center. All interested persons should apply at the Travelers Rest City Hall between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday-Friday.
Applicants must be 18 years of age or older, have a high school diploma or equivalent, and be able to pass a criminal background check. E-911 and NCIC certified preferred. Applications can be downloaded here and will be accepted until September 12. Resumes are not required but are appreciated.
Consider joining our energetic team where professionalism and a dedication to service set the standard for everything we do!
The City of Travelers Rest honors two officers for bravery.
At the August 21st City Council meeting, Mayor Wayne McCall and Chief of Police Lance Crowe presented medals of valor to Corporal Mason Johnson and Officer Matthew Nodine for their bravery in rescuing a man from a burning car that had just been involved in a head-on collision. The entire commendation presented by Chief Crowe can be read here: Presentation of Medal of Valor to Corporal Johnson and Officer Nodine.
TRPD Officers Jones and Nodine recognized for DUI enforcement.
On April 2, 2014 law enforcement agencies from across South Carolina were recognized by the SC Department of Public Safety Office of Highway Safety for our efforts to reduce impaired driving in 2013 in the 9th annual DUI Enforcement Recognition Ceremony. Awards were presented in several categories and the following three were presented to the TRPD, which had a total of 77 DUI arrests in 2013:
"DUI Silver Hero" award for 25-49 or more DUI arrests: Officer Jeremy Jones
"DUI Bronze Hero" award for 10-24 DUI arrests: Officer Matt Nodine
The TRPD as a whole was also awarded a Watch Guard digital in-car video camera for our entire agency's impaired driving enforcement efforts this past year.
Please join with us in congratulating these officers and everyone here at the TRPD who contributed to keeping our community safe from impaired drivers for another year.