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This week is National Police Week, so we would like to recognize and honor all of the park police officers serving in parks across the nation. It takes a special individual to meet the demands of being a United States Park Police Officer. These people are highly motivated, of good moral character, possess inner pride and self-respect, and have a desire to better the Nation that we serve. πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

We give thanks to the more than 3,500 permanent and seasonal law enforcement officers who serve with us today across all of the Department of the Interior (DOI) bureaus. To the 139 DOI officers who have died in the line of duty since the Department's founding in 1849, we pay special tribute.

We invite you to honor the men and women who protect our treasured landscapes, visitors, employees, and fellow citizens - during National Police Week and beyond. Next time you see an officer during a National Park visit, reach out to them and thank them for their service.

If you are interested in becoming a United States Park Police Officer, visit this website for more information: www.nps.gov/subjects/uspp/become-a-uspp-officer.htm

Photo: a law enforcement ranger manages a litter basket during a rescue training exercise.
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This week is National Police Week, so we would like to recognize and honor all of the park police officers serving in parks across the nation. It takes a special individual to meet the demands of being a United States Park Police Officer. These people are highly motivated, of good moral character, possess inner pride and self-respect, and have a desire to better the Nation that we serve. πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ
We give thanks to the more than 3,500 permanent and seasonal law enforcement officers who serve with us today across all of the Department of the Interior (DOI) bureaus. To the 139 DOI officers who have died in the line of duty since the Departments founding in 1849, we pay special tribute.
We invite you to honor the men and women who protect our treasured landscapes, visitors, employees, and fellow citizens - during National Police Week and beyond. Next time you see an officer during a National Park visit, reach out to them and thank them for their service. 
If you are interested in becoming a United States Park Police Officer, visit this website for more information: https://www.nps.gov/subjects/uspp/become-a-uspp-officer.htm
Photo: a law enforcement ranger manages a litter basket during a rescue training exercise.

 

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Thanks to all.

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Perhaps one of them would like to run for President. Being of good moral character is a change from what we have now.

Thank you and stay safe.

Thank you for all you do!!

Thank you all and God bless you!

These people do a great job. Extremely dedicated !

Thank you and Be safe.

June 2017 in Waterton we seen helicopter lift 2 ppl, separately, off the back side of Bears Hump. Total skill! πŸ‘

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