Burgum's directive is in accordance with a proclamation issued by President Donald Trump, who called upon all Americans to observe Peace Officers Memorial Day with appropriate ceremonies and activities.
"In his life and service, Deputy Allery exemplified courage and a willingness to do whatever had to be done regardless of circumstance", Sen.
In 2017, it was a similar scene as members of California's Law enforcement community paid tribute, gathering in Sacramento to pay homage.
The Fayette County Sheriff's Department, joined by other law enforcement from Fayette, Raleigh and Nicholas counties, will host a memorial service for fallen officers at noon Tuesday on the steps of the Fayette County Court House in Fayetteville.
Allery was fatally shot by 28-year-old Melvin Gene Delong, of Belcourt, after a pursuit on January 18, 2017.
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Remembering the contributions of officers such as Boggs and Kennedy is a main goal of Monday's event, according to Cathy Stevens, who chairs the governing board of Friends of the Mount Airy Police Department.
For more information contact Baytown Officer Stewart Beasley at 281-420-6662. Too often do we pick apart and harass the roles of society rather than acknowledge our safety and freedom.
We ask everyone to take a moment to remember the dedication and sacrifice of the men and women who work day and night, 365 days a year, to enforce our laws and keep our communities safe. Familia joined the New York Police Department in 2005 and was shot point blank previous year in her vehicle while on duty in the Bronx. "I think that our local law enforcement and federal law enforcement worked together in an effective way and they saved many lives from what they did". All law enforcement members and members of the public are invited to attend.
Kennedy, 36, was the victim of the first fatal accident involving an officer in the history of the Mount Airy Police Department.
Bart Davis is USA attorney for the District of Idaho. When asked what the ceremony meant to him, and what the past 6 months of community support has meant to the police department, Chief Dan O'Shea said it all goes back to Officer Cox and his ultimate sacrifice. The Attorney General then commenced the reading of the fallen officers' names.