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MickieD

Location:
Glendale, AZ
Gender:
Female
Service:
Corrections / Probation / Parole Officer
Status:
Retired (has access to L.E. restricted areas)

Personal

Favorite TV Shows:
24, NCIS, CSI Miami/NY
Favorite Music:
Country and Western, Easy Listening

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    SkoolCop

    almost 4 years ago

    Hey Michelle, Thanks for accepting the invite. Stay safe.

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    MickieD

    almost 4 years ago

    Written by Phoenix Police Sergeant Roberts

    Anyone wonder what happens to a police officer "after" he is killed in the line of duty? Unfortunately, I had the sad opportunity and yet the privilege to find out firsthand. Several days ago 27 yr. old Glendale Police Officer Brad Jones was shot in the line of duty by a suspect who is not worth the dirt we walk on. From the moment ............his "brothers and sisters" arrived on scene he was never alone. While the fire department treated him, transporting to the hospital and during his final moments here on Earth he was surrounded by family and fellow officers. Then when he left the hospital, as a matter of reality he had to go to the M.E.'s office. Escorted the entire way by officers from St. Joseph's Hospital and never left alone. 24 hours a day a Glendale Officer was posted at the M.E.'s office. Brad was never alone. When he arrived that fateful morning at the M.E.'s office every available patrol officer in South Mountain Precinct in Phoenix, where the M.E.'s office is located, lined the streets with overhead lights flashing, stood outside their cars and rendered a hand salute...at 3:30 AM. Glendale Officers stood the watch with Phoenix Officers constantly checking if they needed anything. A sandwich, a drink or maybe just a brief break. Brad was never alone. Then yesterday afternoon it was time for Brad to be delivered to a funeral home. I was privileged to be part of an estimated twenty police cars formed at an impromptu moment, just from South Mountain Precinct in Phoenix, to pay what respect we could. We lined 7th Avenue at the beginning of rush hour, stopped with overhead lights on and standing at hand salute. As the procession passed the Phoenix Police Department's Crime Lab, over twenty lab technicians came out to the side of the street and paid their respects to the M.E.'s vehicle with Phoenix Officers saluting, led by two Glendale Motorcycle Officers, a Glendale police car and two Phoenix Police Cars as they made their way to the funeral home in Surprise Arizona. Respect, total respect is what happens to an officer "after" he is killed in the line of duty...as it should be. Tonight a wife and two little girls go to bed without their father and daddy. But Brad is not alone...he never was, never has been and never will be.

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    Irishcop1961

    about 4 years ago

    Hi Michelle,
    Thanks for the add and have a great week.

    Gary

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    npd783

    over 4 years ago

    Thank you for accepting my friend invite. Have a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

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    cgingo

    over 4 years ago

    Michelle--Thanks for dropping in. We would like to wish you and yours a wonderful holiday season and a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year from me and mine. Carl

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    Rmatayabas

    over 4 years ago

    have a nice day

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    Anonymous

    over 4 years ago

    Thanks for accepting....Have a great day !

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    cgingo

    over 4 years ago

    Hey Mickie--Thanks for the add. Nice to meet you. Hope you've had a wonderful week so far. It's hump day and the weekend is just around the corner. Be safe up there in Glendale and have a great rest of the week. Carl

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    JJ1

    over 5 years ago

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    JJ1

    about 6 years ago

    POLICE OFFICER’S PLEDGE
    (UNKNOWN AUTHOR)

    I PLEDGE MY COURAGE---
    Courage to face and conquer my own fears;
    Courage to take me where others will not go….

    I PLEDGE MY STRENGTH---
    Strength of body to protect others;
    Strength of spirit to lead others…

    I PLEDGE DEDICATION---
    Dedication to my job, to do it well;
    Dedication to my community, to keep it safe…

    I PLEDGE MY CONCERN
    For those who trust me,
    And my compassion for those who need me

    THANKS FOR THE ADD, STAY SAFE

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    Spectre3

    about 6 years ago

    Thanks for the add, be safe and enjoy the rest of the week.