Orange County Cities Proclaim National Police Week

Orange County cities are announcing May 15 through May 21 as National Police Week, when officers will be honored across the country for their sacrifice in keeping America’s neighborhoods safe.

The week, which is designated each year by the U.S. President and Congress, lines up with Peace Officers Memorial Day on May 15, when police officers who were eliminated or disabled in the line of task are honored.

Irvine acknowledged its cops department on May 10 throughout its city board conference. The department’s honor guard remained in presence.

” The City of Irvine likewise acknowledges those officers throughout the country who have actually compromised their lives in service to their neighborhoods,” Irvine Mayor Farrah Khan stated throughout the conference. “On behalf of the city board and neighborhood, thank you to all our public security officers for the crucial service that you supply by safeguarding our locals, organizations, and visitors, and keeping Irvine the best city in America.”

The Irvine pronouncement asked people to value the dangers and responsibilities policemans need to carry out every day.

Irvine Police Department Chief Michael Kent stated he was glad for the assistance.

” We understand it’s been a rough number of years for our city, county, state, and nation, however your consistent love and assistance people have actually certainly been understood, and we absolutely value that, so thank you quite for this,” Kent stated.

The City of Cypress likewise just recently honored its cops and motivated people to likewise commemorate the week with “events and observances.”

” These are the specialists that we get in touch with and we not simply anticipate, however we need them to be on their task 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, which they need to be all set for any and every emergency scenario,” Cypress Mayor Paulo Morales stated throughout the city’s May 9 council conference.

Morales stated that he was an authorities officer prior to going into politics, and so he is well mindful of the sacrifices that not just officers, however their households make.

Cypress Police Chief Mark Lauderback stated he was appreciative for the assistance, however kept in mind officers sign up with the ranks to assist individuals they serve.

” A great deal of individuals join this occupation not for the acknowledgment. … They do it out of the goodness of their heart. They do it since they appreciate the neighborhood,” he stated. “They appreciate individuals, and they simply appreciate making this location a lot much better of a location to live and to leave it much better than they discovered it.”

National Police Week draws 10s of countless individuals to Washington D.C. every year.

It was developed when President John F. Kennedy signed a 1962 pronouncement designating May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the surrounding week as Police Week.

Drew Van Voorhis


Drew Van Voorhis is a California-based everyday news press reporter for The Epoch Times. He has actually been a reporter for 6 years, throughout which time he has actually broken numerous viral nationwide newspaper article and has actually been talked to for his deal with both radio and web programs.

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