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Posted on: May 13, 2018

[ARCHIVED] National Law Enforcement Blue Ribbon Appreciation Week

Police Officer Blue Ribbon Appreciation Week

National Law Enforcement Appreciation Blue Ribbon Week

May 13-19, 2018

In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a law designating May 15 of each year as Peace Officers Memorial Day to honor the law enforcement professionals who have been killed or disabled in the line of duty.   BLUE RIBBON Week represents a vote of confidence from citizens for all peace officers and law enforcement agencies.

At a recent Chester County Board of Commissioners meeting, the Commissioners called upon all citizens to display a blue ribbon and “Fly the Blue” honoring and supporting all peace officers and law enforcement agencies throughout Chester County.

Police Officer Blue Ribbon Appreciation Week

Left to Right - Back Row: Commissioner Terence Farrell; Chief William Mossman, East Coventry Twp. PD; 

Chief Gerald Simpson, Southern Chester County Regional Police; Lt. Adam Sibley, Chester County Sherrif's Office;

Dave Weigner, President FOP Lodge #11, Capt. Greg Stone, West Goshen Twp PD; Director Bobby Kagel, CCDES

Front Row: Chief Joe Gleason, West Goshen Twp PD; J. Patrick Davis, Deputy Director for Law Enforcement Services, CCDES; 

Chief Kevin Dykes, Chester County Detectives; Commissioner Michelle Kichline; Chief Shane Clark, President

Chester County Chiefs of Police Association; District Attorney Tom Hogan;

Captain Jason Suydam, Chester County Sheriff's Office; Commissioner Kathi Cozzone

Commissioner Proclamation

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