Colo. License Plates Would Honor Fallen Officers
February 13, 2011
A patrol deputy with the Larimer County (Colo.) Sheriff's Office has launched an effort to create a memorial license place that would honore fallen law enforcement officers, reports the Denver Post.
Deputy Basil Marciniak was inspired to create the plates, following the fatal shooting of Weld County Deputy Sheriff Sam Brownlee. Marciniak and the Colorado Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) are obtaining the required 3,000 signatures needed for approval.
Read the full story at DenverPost.com.
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Eddie Ramirez @ 2/14/2011 1:19 PM
This is an excellent idea which I hope they can also do in NY! I would go as far as to have a photo of the officer etched in a full color hologram on the plate!
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