My name is Todd Borowski. I joined Cobb County 911 in 2013 and am currently the Training Coordinator/Peer Support Team Leader. My 911 career started over 29 years ago when after completing my tour of duty in the United States Army, I was hired by the Michigan State Police and rose to the rank of Shift Supervisor. It was here where I first met Jim Marshall from the 911 Training Institute and became involved with Peer Support. After relocating to Georgia in 2013, I began to work for Cobb County 911 where I continued my passion for Peer Support. My training includes The 911 Certified Peer Supporter, International Critical Stress Foundation Group Crisis Intervention and Assisting Individuals in Crisis (ICISF) and a Crisis Intervention Trainer through National Alliance on Mental Health Wellness (NAMI).
I am a certified Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council (P.O.S.T.) Instructor and International Academy of Emergency Dispatch Telecommunicator Instructor. I am an active member of the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials (APCO), the National Emergency Number Association (NENA), Georgia Telecommunicator Emergency Response Taskforce (TERT) and the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation (ICISF). I enjoy spending time with my family and rooting for my hometown (Wisconsin) sports teams.