Lenexa Police Department will remember fallen officers with wreath laying ceremony

Posted May 15, 2018

My Administration proudly salutes the patriots in law enforcement who selflessly serve our Nation. The city of Marshalltown is fortunate to have dedicated and compassionate public safety professionals serving in our community. Memorial service in Clarksville at police headquarters. I feel fortunate to work with such a wonderful group of professionals. She served the department for 17 years.

"When he was shot, I was one of the officers who was on the scene and helped corner off the area", Nueces County Sheriff Jim Kaelin said. While there may be a few bad actors, law enforcement officers work in a system that provides numerous opportunities for criticism, redress, appeal, and improvement.

Franklin spoke of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C., which consists of more than 21,000 names dating back to 1791. "Anytime someone asks what he wants to be when he grows up, he says a police officer".

Attorney General Sessions and U.S. Attorney Thomas L. Kirsch II for the Northern District of IN recognized the service and sacrifice of federal, state, local, and tribal police officers on the occasion of National Police Week, and commented on the FBI's 2017 Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted report.

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--Officer Charles Freiherr, Sheboygan Police Department, was struck and killed by a switch engine as he was checking the rail yard for trespassers on September 6, 1895.

"Each year we gather together to remember members of our law enforcement family that have been taken from us by acts of violence, by offenders, accidents and catastrophic health incidents during duty", said Auburn Police Chief Paul Register. So far, in 2018, there have been 51 law enforcement deaths in the United States. And the ones that were killed in the line of duty and lost in the line of duty, they gave their lives for us as citizens. This is 75 percent higher than this time a year ago.

In fact, these days, it seems that we are more likely to vilify law enforcement officers for the suspicion that they are biased or trigger happy, than we are to thank them for a job well done. Attorney General Jeff Sessions commenced the reading of the fallen officers' names, which was then followed by the candle-lighting.