As everyone may know the annual recognition of National Police Week that runs this year from Sunday, May 10th to Saturday, May 16 has been cancelled, nation-wide, due to the COVID-19 Virus.

May 11, 2020

As everyone may know the annual recognition of National Police Week that runs this year from Sunday, May 10th to Saturday, May 16 has been cancelled, nation-wide, due to the COVID-19 Virus. As a result there will not be a local LCSO recognition ceremony as we have had each year in the past.

Therefore, to help fill this lack of local recognition in some small way, I will be bringing my antique 1957 Plymouth Houston Police car “clone” ( see attached photo) to be displayed in front of the Sheriff’s Office this coming Monday, May 11th from 8:am to 5:pm to honor ALL Peace Officers across the nation, as well as our own five (5) LCSO Deputies who have given their lives, who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty. A sign is always displayed along-side the vehicle to honor these brave souls.

You are welcome to drop by and view the display if you wish and to offer a prayer for the dedicated Law Enforcement personnel, and their family members, who have lost their lives serving their respective communities over the past many years. In addition please remember our law enforcement personnel who, even today, serve and face many dangers while protecting the public.

Thank you,

Capt. Ken DeFoor

Special Operations Division

Liberty County Sheriff’s Office



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