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Beryl Wernberg

Communications Supervisor and Emergency Communications Director

Beltrami County Fair

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Beryl Wernberg


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Beryl Wernberg, 911 Communications Supervisor/Emergency Communications Director, Beltrami County Sheriff's Office


www.twincities.com

The red Monte Carlo police identified Thursday as being involved in Strong's death was seized, and taken to the Law Enforcement Center, according to Beltrami County emergency management director Beryl Wernberg.
The identity of the man who allegedly admitted to the crime has not been released, and he was not listed as being in custody on the Beltrami County Jail's website Friday night.


www.bemidjipioneer.com

Beryl Wernberg
Beryl Wernberg of Bemidji is the 911 Supervisor/Emergency Management Director for Beltrami County. She supervises the 911 Dispatch Center and she also works as a dispatcher. Wernberg is responsible for all communication devices that ring, ding, make noise to include consoles, portables, mobiles, cell phones, air cards, pagers and repeaters as well as the various software programs we have in dispatch such as Computer Aided Dispatch. She works with GIS on the mapping software and monthly updates, paging software, etc., supervises and with with such volunteer groups as the Mounted Posse, Team ELF (Enable Law Enforcement functionality), Paul Bunyan Amateur Radio Club, North Country First Responders (volunteer member and treasurer) and Community Guard. She also is the liaison to the Lakes Area Dive Team and Civil Air Patrol. Chair of the Beltrami County Emergency Operations Team which includes all ambulance, fire and other emergency services. Wernberg works with Public Health and a number of other groups to develop, maintain and exercise emergency plans and is a member of the SWAT team. She has worked in this profession, Communications Officer, for the past 38 years, starting with the Bemidji Police Department April 1, 1972. She was transferred by the city to Beltrami County in 1987. She was officially promoted (although she assisted with emergency services from 1997 on) in 2001 to the Emergency Management Director and 911 Supervisor. Wernberg began working at the age of 12, in a museum in Morton in Renville County. She spent two summers as a waitress in Yellowstone National Park, worked as a nanny for a summer near Minneapolis, at a resort near Brainerd otherwise in or near Bemidji and she owned her own business as a canvas shop operated out of her shop at home for a number of years. The parts of the job she enjoys most is "being granted the honor of assisting and finding help for our citizens and being their lifeline," she said.


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Beltrami County Emergency Director Beryl Wernberg will address any public safety questions the council might have about the proposed change.
County Emergency Management Director Beryl Wernberg says all went well, and it wound up being a good drill.


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