First responders Monument dedicated in Caroline
From the Caroline Sheriff’s Office:
The First Responders Monument honoring our 911 Communications Officers, Emergency Medical Tech (EMT), Paramedics, Firefighters, and Sheriff’s Office members was erected to express gratitude by the county citizens and the Board of Supervisors. On May 11, 2021, the Caroline County Board of Supervisors dedicated a Monument which honors past, present, and future first responders with a lasting tribute to those who unselfishly serve Caroline.
On behalf of the Caroline County Sheriff’s Office, we want to publicly thank the Caroline County Board of Supervisors for the dedication of the First Responders monument, especially during National Police Week. #NationalPoliceWeek2021
For those that were not present, we want to take this opportunity to make you aware of the following statistics.
**Caroline’s 911 Center is staffed by 13 dedicated communications officers answering 44,426 calls in 2020
**250 uniformed career and volunteer fire and EMS members
* Answered 8,394 calls in 2020
* Transported 2,756 patients to area hospitals in 2020
**Caroline Sheriff’s Office has 54 sworn law enforcement positions which responded to 26,662 calls for service in 2020.
If you have a moment in your busy day, please stop and view this wonderful monument. It is located at the Caroline County Community Services Center, 17202 Richmond Turnpike, Milford, VA 22514.
“I am grateful to the First Responders of Caroline County and extremely proud of the brave men and women of the CCSO as I ask the public to support those who protect you.”
Sheriff A. A. “Tony” Lippa, Jr.
If you are interested in obtaining a brick for the monument, please use this link.