My alternator went out on my truck without warning. We called roadside assistance and they just never made it. When autozone was close to closing we took a shot and called the sheriff's office. They picked up what we needed and helped repair my truck. I had my mother and sister with me and we were almost stranded on the side of a road hrs from home on a hot summer night. Thanks to those guys I got the ladies back home and they slept in their own beds that night.
I would not feel safe without our police. Knowing I can call them, ask for their help, and they will be there to protect me and my family, is a comfort and a blessing. We need our police. I will always Back The Blue!
Little Rock police officers do a wonderful job keeping the violence down and interacting with the community. I have no complaints. Good job y'all. Keep up the good work! I'll keep y'all in my prayers.
Without the police I would not feel safe. I see them patrolling the neighborhood and I know they are watching out for the citizens safety. I thank God for them.
When I was living on the Rez, a man was breaking into a home across from where I lived. I quickly called the Rez. Police, they were there so quickly, came and talked to me and gave me their cell number. They said if he comes back, call and we will be there to make sure you are safe, I was able to sleep that night.
I was in an extremely dangerous relationship. I was under threat of being killed and my children were being harmed. Had it not been for the police using their skill, we would be dead today.
I have so many thankful moments to police for defending me.
Just because a few are bad, does not mean the entire department is. These people put they're lives on the line everyday!
Sworn to protect and serve. That's what they do. We pray for all LEO's safety and thank them for their dedication in such an ungrateful administration.
I've had plenty of interaction with police some good some bad ( the bad was my fault speeding, seatbelt violations etc) they have always treated me with respect! Anyone who goes to work knowing it could be their last is a hero! I will always support& defend the police thank you all for your service!
The Chief of Worcester PD said “anything you ever need, you let me know” to me.
I can’t think any better of him.
I'm part of the human race, and I'm sure glad that the police are around to keep the human race safe. Like everything else, there are good and bad in everything and everyone.
I'm the volunteer president of Give Peace A Chance Inc.
Let's Stop The Violence, Let's Help The Human Race.
I live in a town called weymouth. Our law enforcement is some of the best that ive ever seen. We lost an offer a few years back. My whole community morned for his family. We all stand with those lost and defend those that can't do for themselves. We are all family in this world.. Thats why I Back the blue..
I would love to participate in a 911 rally. It’s a very appropriate time to remind the country of those who ran into the twin towers to save others while everyone ran out. Many paid the ultimate Price for their heroism. We should never forget and we should do everything to defend and support our police across the country. I live in Massachusetts. I hope there is something that will be scheduled there.
I am grateful for our law enforcement and I’m furious with the way they are being demonized and defunded. Please count me in, I would love to help how ever I can.
Our society needs a steady, consistent and fair blue wall to protect law abiding citizens from the elements of evil and violence that will always exist within it.
I’m interested in standing our ground! The left side has pushed too many times and I’m tired of being the silent majority!
I love my police force. Always. I was living in Texas, about 12 yrs old & had to call the police due to domestic violence in the home. They came, two towering policemen. One with a shotgun by his side. I remember hiding around a corner with my infant brother on my hip. They stopped that violence & the thing I remember most was their smiles to me. Later in my life I needed state police men here in PA to assist me when I was trying to get divorced & there was a PFA involved. They protected me & assured me they would be there if I needed them. These men did not know me but treated me as if they would surly put themselves in front of harms way for me. I could never thank them enough. Except to say, I would stand with them & beside them any time it was needed. I will always defend our police.
Lord bless all our officers in blue
My stepson was assaulted to steal his car in 2015, he is invalid right now, the police and detectives tha Miami Dade, they gave everything support and help to capture the person that made this, we are grateful and support for ever the police
When I personally called for help, our local police showed up and handled the situation with grace and mercy.
I am just reminded of a few times in our lives when one of us was in a car accident. Who was always first on the scene? The police of whatever city we were in. One of my daughter's had to be let out of her car by Jaws of Life and who was there on scene first and stayed by her side until they got her out? A policeman! Remember the scenes of NYC during 9/11. Who was running in! Police, Fire, EMT's! You people are wonderful and I appreciate all you do!
I was coming from Houston going to Arlington, tx. got lost and this really super Texas highway patrol officer was my life saver....I had driven for several hours and realized i was on the wrong road...and on the side of the road was my soon to be friend....Trooper Jessica Rieger she was so helpful and plus she was so nice and pleasant ....so thanks to her I was able to get home!!!! I am so grateful for all police officers who are here to help all of us...LOVE my Texas!!!!!!-
I live on a busy access road in Marlborough, MA and I absolutely need to put at least 2 "defend your police" signs on my lawn to show a true solidarity for the men and women who protect us every day by putting their lives on the line for our communities.
911 call and there were here in 5 mins...
My car broke down in a blind curve. I was heading to work as an RN. I was so worried that my car would get hit in the blind curve. I said a prayer and the first car to come around the curve was a wonderful policeman. He stopped traffic with his car, had me steer my car, as he pushed it around the curve and off the side of the road, then he drove me to work. God bless him and all of them, they are Heroes!
A few years ago I was driving home on a major highway, it was dark and I hit something! I wasn’t sure what and I was very upset. My husband was about ten minutes behind me. I called the Early police. An officer came quickly to my aid. He was so friendly and kindly talked with me until I settled down. He walked on the side of the road using a flashlight but did not find anything. When my husband arrived, he helped him tie up the front fender in order to safely drive on home! I am so thankful he came to my aid and was friendly and understanding!
I love the police. Have been rescued by them on numerous occasions in my life.
I have had negative experiences with police when I was younger. I fit the profile of a gang member/drug dealer. I don't blame them for that. Yes there are some bad cops. They are human. To say all police are bad because of a action of a few is crazy. Police need more funding. If a person of any race does a horrible thing do we judge everyone of that race bad and say we need to get rid of them? No!!!!
I dont have many interactions with Law Enforcement, because I'm not often breaking the law, unless you include a ticket or accident. My last one was about 7 years ago. However I support Austin, Cedar Park, and Round Rock's LEO even when I have received a ticket. I wrote many emails, several times, to city council, city manager, mayor, senators and governor. 81% of Austin residents voted NOT to Defund LEO and they did it anyway. (But they want us to pay to kill babies).
I haven't given up though and there are alot of Austinites who wont. All the liberal Californians came and ruined our city!
I'm not giving up
I don't say this enough to all our law enforcement agencies out there, but Thank You! Thank you for all you do to keep our nation and it's cities and counties safe. Thank you for all the times you've corrected me when I was not making good choices. Thank you for all the difficult and dangerous situations you daily put yourselves in so that common American citizens don't have to. Thank you for being in our schools protecting our precious kids day in and day out. Thank you for being in our stores. Thank you for the long hours and all the unseen things you do from a servant's heart. I support you! May I not take this protection for granted. It's disturbing to think of what would happen if we no longer had our Police and Sherriff Departments protecting our society. This is a blessing from God to have such things in order. May we as a nation rise up and defend our Law Enforcement. Instead of defunding them, we should be investing in them!! If they need more training, money, education.
WITHOUT THE POLICE WE ARE IN BIG TROUBLE STAND WITH THE POLICE FOR LAW AND ORDER, WHO YOU GONNA CALL'' THE GOAST BUSTERS' GOOD LUCK WITH THAT,
Just who am I supposed to call when some idiot is breaking into my house. The imagine Dept? If I empty a clip into them can I just imagine that's what happened? THEY have the hardest civilian job I can "imagine" & you idiots want to make it harder. THIS BS needs to stop.
I love seeing the police in our area assisting citizens. I see them caring for people when their car breaks down, directing traffic, being a presence at large crowd events, chatting with kids and adults alike all over town. Our local police are involved and caring and we appreciate them! We also understand there are many parts of their jobs that aren't so safe, or easy, and we thank them for their service!
I am a bartender and it is very late when I get done. When I am alone I call for a police officer to escort me out. They come make sure I get out safely. I appreciate this so much. I support our law enforcement community.
About 5 years ago I was in an abusive relationship. One night he came home drunk and kicked my door in, I escaped to the roof and called 911. Within 10 minutes 4 police cruisers were at my house helping me. He managed to lock the door back somehow and they couldn't get him out. But the police officers I believe did save my life that night I believe! They drove me to a friends house for the night so I had a safe place to stay. If not for them that night I believe it would have been a lot worse. I appreciate all they do! And admire their sacrifices and courage!
Law and order are necessary for society. Police put their lives on the line everyday to protect us.
I haven't had many but what I have had have been great. Thank you everyone that wants us to be safe. You are good men and women!
Come December 31, I will be retired as a law enforcement officer 21 years and it was a pleasure to serve the people I was hired to serve and protect. Back in the 70's we had the respect of the people in community which meant a lot to an officer. I thank the officers who put their lives on the line each and every day. I hope you will some day be able to retire and enjoy yourself as l have. May God Be With You.
Thanks for all the police and all you do serve and protect. Without you we would become a mob rule society. We know that just like in other organizations there are bad people and the police is no different. That is no reason to get rid of the entire police department.
We nurses love you Police
Lilburn, Ga. Has the best police force ever. They are outgoing, polite, and interested in Lilburn. They take the time to stop and just say hi or wave if you're working in your yard. Their response time is fantastic. They're just the best.