SHERIFF VISITS NATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS MEMORIAL
Sheriff Lafayette Woods, Jr. obtaining pencil etchings of engraved names of fallen Jefferson County officers at the National Law Enforcement Museum in Washington D.C.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Communications Director/Public Information Officer
SHERIFF VISITS NATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS MEMORIAL: February 12, 2020 - JEFFERSON COUNTY, AR - Washington, DC is the home of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, which is the nation's monument to law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty. Dedicated on October 15, 1991, the Memorial honors federal, state and local law enforcement officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice for the safety and protection of our nation and its people.
This week while attending the National Sheriff's Conference in Washington, DC, Sheriff Lafayette Woods, Jr. was afforded the distinct honor and privilege to visit the Memorial to obtain a pencil etching of the engraved names of some of The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Finest, who made the ultimate sacrifice.
The Memorial honors fallen peace officers by permanently recording and commemorating their service and sacrifice. The Memorial honors fallen Jefferson County officers:
Deputy Leonard Sanford Wall
Investigator Kevin Laine Brosch
Deputy Lustachia Browder
Deputy Fortune Crowder
Engraved names of Jefferson County Fallen officers at the National Law Enforcement Museum in Washington D.C.