Photos of the Week: Community Appreciation for LEOs

I.U.P.A. Lebanon Police Officers Assn., #7 members and other staff at Lebanon Police Department in Missouri received treats and letters as well as cards of appreciation throughout the holidays.

The department posted when a local family baked them cinnamon rolls, “Boy we sure do love these cinnamon rolls!! Thank you Holman Howe family for making us smile today with these yummy delights!! Have a great holiday!”

The department posted when 9th and 10th graders came to visit with letters of appreciation and treats for the dispatchers, “This afternoon the Tabernacle Christian Academy 9th and 10th graders stopped by to provide our dispatchers with some goodies. We are just as appreciative of our dispatchers and know they loved these gifts from you! Thank you.”

1st and 2nd graders came to visit the department with snacks and a card, “This morning the 1st and 2nd graders in the Tabernacle Christian Academy came by to give our officers Christmas Cards and some great treats! Thank you so much guys for thinking of us! We sure loved seeing your bright smiles this morning!”

Each week, the I.U.P.A. Briefing Room features a photo that exemplifies the valuable part of the community that our Law Enforcement Officers all across the U.S. are and their positive impact as well as their dedication, service, and sacrifice.

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