I started my career at the Panhandle Regional Planning Commission (PRPC) in 2008. I immediately began creating criteria for Telecommunicator training and worked hard to improve our public education program. At present, I am responsible for 9-1-1 public education, telecommunicator training, special event planning, publishing our Region's quarterly Newsletter, providing 9-1-1 addressing and facilitating Telecommunicator appreciation for 24 counties in the Texas Panhandle.
My education includes a Bachelor's Degree in General Studies, an Associate's Degree in Criminal Justice, a certified NCMEC trainer, TTY instructor and TCLEOSE (Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer's Standards) Instructor. Prior to working at PRPC, I was a telecommunications officer (TCO), a Deputy Sheriff, a licensed jailer and a Police Officer. Presently I work with area 9-1-1 public educators, maintain our region's social media sites, train telecommunicators to help them maintain the required TCLEOSE standards, and provide 9-1-1 Equipment Training. I am a member of the Public Educators of Texas (PET), Texas 9-1-1 Trainers (TNT), and I serve on various committees at the state and national levels that help in the implementation of programs for 9-1-1 and provide vital telecommunicator training.
My name is Khasi Campos and I am the Regional 9-1-1 Program Aide.
I began my career at the PRPC in 2012.
Since then I have learned a lot of interesting things about 9-1-1 and how it all works.
I assist Pamela Frisk with any needs for training, documentation, and public education.
I also help her maintain the Regional 9-1-1 Facebook page and newsletters.
I am able to provide addresses to rural residents, produce signs for the regional area, and am responsible for all billing.
If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to call or email me. I am looking forward to working with you all!