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“Only in its second year, Operation Thank an Officer has already accomplished what it set out to do, delivering hard-earned appreciation to law enforcement officers across the state — and beyond.”
“Operation Thank an Officer started out as a simple request by Liz Gerads, mother of two and wife of a Minnesota police officer.”
“What started as an initiative to thank law enforcement officers in Wright County has become a movement to show appreciation to officers throughout Minnesota and beyond.”
“In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day. Affected by the violence portrayed in the recent news a Minnesota deputy’s wife decided to take her appreciation to the next level.”
“Brainerd police officers were thanked for their service Friday, as National Police Week came to an end.”
“It’s no secret that police agencies and officers have been under fire in the wake of officer-involved shooting deaths, but a Wright County woman has tasked herself with gathering notes from Minnesotans who want to ensure officers are appreciated.”
“Here’s a letter we received from Liz. Can you help?”
“Liz Gerads, wife of a Wright County Deputy, has started “Operation Thank an Officer” to recognize law enforcement officers throughout the State of Minnesota during National Police Week.”
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