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In Loving Memory of Christopher Mark Goodell
By Patricia  Goodell
(6/24/16)
Soon it will be two years since you were taken from us, my beloved son. I sit here and write this and still cannot believe that you are really gone. You lit up the room when you walked in and you made people laugh and want to be around you ...

Louis Anthony Pompei
By Brent Williams
(6/9/16)
Louis your EOW was 21 years ago today (6-9-1995)There is a SPECIAL place in Heaven for people like you ...

George Gus Spanos
By Gary James
(5/25/16)
Gus another police Memorial Day has come and gone. Not one of these goes by without me thinking of you and you sacrifice. You shall never be forgotten my friend ...

Survivor
By William Derrickson
(5/17/16)
A Hero Is One who never hesitates to tackle The most difficult problems... One who knows right from wrong One who acts with pride.. A hero touches everyone of us Whether it be word or deed ...

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National award recognizes Boulder County deputy Jeff Brunkow for saving two hostages
Source: Denver ABC7 by Molly Hendrickson
Date: February 16, 2016

Boulder County, COLO. - Boulder County Sheriff's deputy Jeff Brunkow isn't one for attention. A 20-year veteran, his passion for law enforcement started when he was just a kid.

Former D.C. Police Chief sees opportunity in challenging times
Source: WTOP by Dick Uliano
Date: February 10, 2016

Former Washington, D.C. Police Chief Charles Ramsey says heightened scrutiny of police departments across the country will strengthen and improve policing nationwide.

Lyndhurst officer recognized for helping fellow passengers escape derailed Amtrak train
Source: NORTHJERSERY.COM by Abbott Koloff
Date: January 29, 2016

A Lyndhurst police officer who, though injured himself, helped rescue people from the wreckage of an Amtrak train in Philadelphia last year was recognized on Friday by a national law enforcement organization that gave him an award for “exemplary law enforcement service.”

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