The town of Flower Mound’s Communications Department was recently recognized with six national awards at the 2017 National Association of Telecommunicators Officers and Advisors annual conference, according to a town news release.
Flower Mound took home three first-place trophies for three videos: “Tipline Bling,” a PSA video to remind local high school students how to report suspicious activity; a Flower Mound Fire Department recruiting video; and a video about Ziva, the FMFD’s accelerant detection dog.
The Town also took home a second-place award for overall programming excellence, and two third-place awards for the Flower Mound Police Department’s “Beyond the Badge: 22 Kill” video and the Animal Adoption Center’s “Ruff Decisions” comedic spoof video.
NATOA is the premier local government professional association offering support regarding the many local, state, and federal communications laws, administrative rulings, judicial decisions, and technology issues impacting the interests of local governments, according to the town. This is the second consecutive year Flower Mound’s Communications team has brought home the prestigious NATOA national awards.