Our Story...

Denise should be alive today...

...had the Local 9-1-1 system performed to every citizen's expectation.

Denise’s worst and last day on Earth began as most days, loving and providing for her two little boys.  January 17, 2008 was no different.  While cutting her oldest son’s hair, Noah age 2, on the back porch of their North Port, Florida home, a predator named Michael King was cruising the neighborhood looking for opportunities.

Denise Amber Lee was a 21-year-old loving mother of two boys, whose husband worked three jobs so that Denise could stay home and raise their children. Denise was abducted from the Lees' rented home in North Port, Florida in the middle of the day. Somehow the intruder gained entry and control of Denise, who most likely saved her children's lives. Denise's father, Detective Rick Goff, was able to call on all area state, county and municipal law-enforcement agencies to search for Denise and her captor immediately following her abduction.

This was one of the most massive, cooperative search efforts that this area ever experienced.

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Our Mission & Vision

MISSION STATEMENT: To promote and support public safety through uniform training, standardized protocols, defined measurable outcomes, and technological advances to the 9-1-1 system.

VISION STATEMENT: To be the emotional driving force for changes in the 9-1-1 system in order to minimize human error.