Peace out: Bill Peace, with more than 40 years combined experience as a first responder, signs off.

Peace out: Bill Peace, with more than 40 years combined experience as a first responder, signs off.

The last sign off with Bill Peace in this photo courtesy of the Floyd County Police Department.

 

For more than 40 years, Bill Peace has worked to protect the residents of Floyd County. This post from the Floyd County Police Department is a salute to all he’s down here:

“The Floyd County PD wishes happy retirement to Bill Peace. Not only was he a (911) dispatcher but he carries with him a fountain of experience from fire, EMS and police. Thank you for your service!”

Floyd 911 posted this note on Bill’s service in 2017 as he helped teach a CPR class:

“Bill Peace teaches CPR recertification to Floyd County’s 911 Dispatchers. Bill has been in a public safety position with Rome and Floyd County since 1983. Bill is a POST certified 911 Communications Officer, Police Officer, and is certified as an EMT-Advanced. Bill was certified as a firefighter. Bill is currently working to earn his certification as an instructor for APCO’s Emergency Medical Dispatch program. Bill’s knowledge and experience in multiple areas of public safety make him a valuable 911 Dispatcher as he has an understanding of what is happening on both sides of the radio. Everyone in public safety in this area knows and respects Bill Peace.”

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