Police Week 2017

Police Week 2017

Sunday- May 14, 2017

“Blessed are the peacekeepers, for they shall be called sons of God.” (Matthew 5:9)

Every day this week we will be posting a photo to appreciate different demographics of police officers in honor of National Police Week.  #ThinBlueLine #NationalPoliceWeek

Monday- May 15, 2017

This is our friend Jen and today she not only represents the Des Moines Police Department, she represents the 13% of women police in the country. To all the badass women who became cops, keep inspiring young girls everywhere to become superheroes just like you!

#WomenCops #BadassWomen #NationalPoliceWeek

Tuesday- May 16, 2017

Today we’re giving a huge shout out to all the police officers and detectives who are undercover (who can’t be pictured, obviously). The struggles and the danger you endure each day to keep our communities safe can never be appreciated enough. Never give up on making the world a better place. #UndercoverCops #NationalPoliceWeek

Wednesday- May 17, 2017

Police dogs are, arguably, the cutest officers on the force. We know it takes extra work to train a canine partner but the bond is eternal. Thank you K-9 Units everywhere for the work you do! #K9Units #CopDogs #NationalPoliceWeek

Thursday- May 18, 2017

Can we get a round of applause for state patrol/ state police? These guys go the extra mile (literally) to protect your communities, and for that we are grateful! #StatePatrol #NationalPoliceWeek

Friday- May 19, 2017

Thank you Det. Hummell for sending us this picture of your family! It takes a strong spouse/ family to send their loved one to work, knowing the dangers of the job. To all the #ThinBlueLine spouses & families out there, you have family across the nation, and you’ll never be alone. #NationalPoliceWeek #BlueLineFamilies

Saturday- May 20, 2017

“And maybe remind the few, if ill of us they speak; that we are all that stands between, the monsters and the weak.” No words can express the gratitude we feel toward the officers who lost their lives standing between us and death. Losing our local heroes is the deepest of pains, may we never forget them. #NationalPoliceWeek #FallenOfficers


Featured photo: (L) Olivia Kvitne, Founder & Director of YFFR, (Middle) Des Moines Police Sgt. Paul Parizek (R) me

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