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Sonya M. Toler

Spokesperson

Department of Public Safety

HQ Phone:  (907) 269-5511

Email: s***@***.us

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Department of Public Safety

5700 E. Tudor Road

Anchorage, Alaska,99507

United States

Company Description

The Department of Public Safety Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (HSEM) Web site provides schools, health care facilities, local governments and media outlets with safety information on weather watches and warnings, thunderstorms, lightni...more

Background Information

Employment History

Public Information Officer

Pittsburgh City Planning


Director of Communications

Allegheny Conference


Executive Director

Commission on African American Affairs


Public Information Officer

Public Safety Department, City of Pittsburgh


Interim Communications Manager

City of Pittsburgh Office of the Mayor


Executive Director

Governor Rendell


Director of Communications

People For Peduto


Executive Director - Governor's Advisory Commission On African American Affairs

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Governor'S Office


Managing Editor

Pittsburgh International Airport Magazine


Writer

Pittsburgh Business Times


Affiliations

Proclaim Magazine

Founder


Education

bachelor's degree

journalism and communications

Point Park University


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Trib Live: Protesters burst into ALEC banquet in Pittsburgh | Pennsylvania Spotlight

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The event spurred almost 120 protesters, about 60 of whom made their way into the hotel and paraded through its lobby with a sound system amplifying their chants before police asked them to leave, Department of Public Safety spokeswoman Sonya Toler said.


PBMF's Haitian Storytelling Fellowship - Pittsburgh Black Media Federation

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By Sonya M. Toler
Sonya M. Toler Sonya Toler photo Sonya M. Toler has spent more than 20 years telling other people's stories. The 1987 graduate of the Frank Bolden Urban Journalism Workshop formerly worked as a news editor of the New Pittsburgh Courier, staff writer at the Pittsburgh Business Times and managing editor of the Pittsburgh International Airport Magazine. She also has held positions as the communications director of the Allegheny Conference on Community Development and executive director of the Commission on African American Affairs under then-Pennsylvania Gov. Currently, Toler, 43, is communications director of Pittsburgh Councilman and Democratic nominee Bill Peduto's campaign for mayor. A Hill District resident, Toler has a bachelor's degree in journalism and communications from Point Park University. It is her hope to use her storytelling abilities to remind people that the efforts to rebuild Haiti are still under way and shed light on how Haitians are creating opportunities for renewal after the devastating earthquake of January 2010.


www.paspotlight.org

The event spurred almost 120 protesters, about 60 of whom made their way into the hotel and paraded through its lobby with a sound system amplifying their chants before police asked them to leave, Department of Public Safety spokeswoman Sonya Toler said.


SWAT situation ends peacefully for Bloomfield man | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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A city SWAT team responded about 10:15 a.m. to the home of Aaron Hurtt on the 4600 block of Carroll Street, said Sonya Toler, a spokeswoman for the Department of Public Safety.
Ms. Toler said they believed he had access to at least one firearm, although it wasn't clear whether that was in the home, just off Penn Avenue near Allegheny Cemetery. At one point, she said, Mr. Hurtt threatened to harm himself. Small "flash-bang" explosions that responders set off outside the home failed to force him outside. Later, he emerged unharmed after they launched a pepper-spray-style gas into the home. Charges against Mr. Hurtt will include terroristic threats and burglary, Ms. Toler said. Ms. Toler said no one was home with him during the standoff with authorities.


www.uppermon.org

River Rescue personnel cited nearly "perfect" conditions for a regatta, Department of Public Safety spokeswoman Sonya Toler said.
She said there were no arrests or notable incidents involving public safety response.


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