LIVINGSTON COUNTY – The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce the return of a 25-year veteran of law enforcement to their administrative staff.
According to a press release from Sheriff Thomas Dougherty’s Office, William Mann, who started with the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office in 1989 for a short period and then left to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office in Florida for a successful 25-year career, is currently transitioning into the role of Director of Emergency Communications.
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“With Director Mann’s experience in law enforcement, dispatching, and administrative duties, he will be a great addition to the Sheriff’ Office,” said Undersheriff Matthew Bean. “We are extremely excited to have him back.”
Mann is stepping into a critical position of great responsibility. As Director of Emergency Communications, he will be responsible for planning, coordination, management and administration of all phases of the County’s
consolidated emergency and non-emergency police, fire and medical call-taking and field unit dispatch department.
PHOTO CAPTION: William Mann with Sheriff Thomas Dougherty. (Photo/Livingston County Sheriff’s Office)