Members of Redstone’s finest shared their thoughts during National Police Week, May 14-20.
“It’s a good time for us to remember those who have died in the line of duty and to honor their legacy by having a memorial week,” Capt. Derek Campbell, traffic division, Redstone Police Department, said. “And it helps us to remember our mission and serve with pride through their legacy.”
“National Police Week is a great time to have many law enforcement related conversations,” Lt. Aaron Hanson, first shift supervisor, Redstone Police Department, said. “Our safety and the public safety is among the first concerns of Redstone Arsenal Police Department.”
This is a busy time of year for law enforcement.
“The nice weather has brought the people out,” Hanson said. “We’ve been busy.”
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