Ohio State Highway Patrol Radio Dispatcher Adam Quinn has been selected for the 2013 Ohio State Highway Patrol Telecommunications Award at the West Jefferson Dispatch Center.
The selection of Dispatcher Quinn, 32, is in recognition of outstanding service during 2013 at the West Jefferson Dispatch Center as a Radio Dispatcher. Post Management and dispatchers/communications technicians chose Quinn based on technical job knowledge and ability, enthusiastic work attitude, teamwork, and prompt and courteous response to the public’s requests for information and assistance.
Dispatcher Quinn joined the Highway Patrol in 2003 and has served at the Columbus Communications Center, Delaware Dispatch Center and West Jefferson Dispatch Center during his career. Originally from West Jefferson, he graduated from West Jefferson High School in 1999. After high school, he attended the Ohio Christian University. Dispatcher Quinn has also received the Ohio Gold Star Award in 2005, and a Letter of Commendation from the Delaware City Police Department in 2008.
In his spare time, Dispatcher Quinn is a sworn Auxiliary Sergeant with the West Jefferson Police Department.
Dispatcher Quinn and wife Jody, currently reside in Delaware.