Thank you to our law enforcement community

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Dear Friends and Neighbors, 

This week at the Council, I led a proclamation of National Police Week in King County, which is being observed this year from May 11-17.

For many years now, we have recognized Police Week as a time to honor our law enforcement community for their service and sacrifice. 

This year, one of our own is being added to the National Police Officers Memorial: Deputy Sheriff Reginald Bernard Brown of the King County Sheriff’s Office, who suffered a fatal stroke while on patrol. Deputy Brown was a U.S. Army veteran and had served with the Sheriff’s Office for 30 years. We remember and honor Deputy Brown for his decades of service. 

Police Week is not only a time for us to recognize those police officers who have paid the ultimate sacrifice, but also those who still risk their lives every day. These men and women are ordinary peoplemothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, husbands and wiveswho have made the extraordinary decision to serve their communities at great personal cost. 

I hope you will join me in showing your appreciation to a police officer this week. To our law enforcement community: thank you for all that you do to keep us safe every day. 


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Reagan Dunn
King County Councilmember
District 9

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