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14963 articles submitted
October 23, 2012
Psychological well-being should be part of continuing career education in law enforcement. Like the push to remove the stigma of therapy for returning veterans, the same should be done for police officers. The culture needs to be changed from the inside out and the jerks who make light of emotional troubles should be called out immediately. Regular evaluations for all should be given like importance as other protective gear.
This is sad. Horrible thing for anyone to do this, especially an officer. Our family is so large and anyone will help the other if asked. I sincerely hope this sheriff will now be in peace and may the Lord comfort his family.
This is very disturbing. Sheriff Jon Dearmore was there for us for twenty-five years. Where were we that we took no notice of his pain?
"Nobody saw this one coming," said Rick Nelson, publisher of the Wahkiakum County Eagle newspaper. "Just about everybody I know really liked and respected Jon."
Bump Dave (ssu459). I hope he finds the peace he went looking for. :-/
Bump ssu459. Rest in Peace Sheriff Dearmore.
This is indeed tragic.No one knows what demons invade the hearts and minds of another person.Too bad he didn't talk it through with a trusted friend.
R I P
Very sad. RIP
RIP Sheriff Dearmore.
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