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Thank You...

Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by NH Trucker, Oct 26, 2012.

  1. NH Trucker

    NH Trucker Needs coffee...

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    A tragic incident happened in my wife's family earlier today. From the officers, the detectives, and the victims advocate, we all greatly appreciated the professionalism of all LE involved.


    I don't know how you all do it every day, but thank you for all you do.
     
  2. blueiron

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    Please take time to write a thank you note to the officers, detectives, and personnel involved.

    Speaking for myself, it always meant a lot to hear thank you directly from the family or friends. More so than if it came from a letter written to the department or the chief, but that too, is a wonderful gesture.
     


  3. NH Trucker

    NH Trucker Needs coffee...

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    I thanked them all in person when I was at the PD. I plan on writing a letter or email to the department in the morning.
     
  4. ray9898

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    My thoughts are with your family. Unfortunately many of my contacts come at the worst of times for people who manage to live their life without routine LE involvement. It still means a lot to me when I know someone going through that still appreciates the job I do even if it is just cleaning up the pieces.
     
  5. blueiron

    blueiron

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    Thank you for taking the time to do that. The vast majority of people never do.
     
  6. merlynusn

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    Don't write an email. Write a real letter.

    Sorry for the tragedy that came to your family.
     
  7. scottydl

    scottydl

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    Thanks for the note, and I will be praying for peace and healing in your wife's family.
     
  8. Sorry about your inlaw family's tragedy. Hope they recover fully and quickly.