Montrose Police, County Sheriff To Host Law Enforcement Celebration

MAY 9, 2019
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

City of Montrose
Office of the City Manager
433 South First Street
Montrose, CO 81401

Contact: William Woody, Communications Manager
970.240.1439   |    william@visitmontrose.com    |   www.cityofmontrose.org

Contact: Katie Yergensen, Montrose County Media Relations Manager
970.252.4505   |    kyergensen@montrosecounty.net    |   www.montrosecounty.net


Montrose Police, County Sheriff To Host
Law Enforcement Celebration


Montrose, CO — Officers with the Montrose Police Department along with deputies from the Montrose County Sheriff's Office will honor the service and sacrifice of area law enforcement officers and their families at the Montrose Police Week celebration held in Centennial Plaza, Wednesday, May 15, at 10 a.m.

The service is in conjunction with the National Police Week (May 12-18) celebration honoring law enforcement officers and their families throughout our nation for their continued commitment and sacrifice to our country and communities.

"The ceremony is a testament to the service our men and women in uniform do each and every day in our community," Montrose Police Commander Tim Cox said. "We would like to see as many people as possible come and celebrate the important work law enforcement officers do, not only in Montrose but in the surrounding communities." 

“The Montrose County Sherriff’s Office is proud to participate in this event,” said Montrose County Sheriff's Office Lieutenant Ty Cox. “Law enforcement officers and their families sacrifice each and every day to work to make our community a safer place. It is important to honor their efforts and remember the fallen not only on May 15th but throughout the year.” 

Together the Montrose Police Department and Montrose County Sheriff’s Office will conduct a 21 gun salute. Montrose Mayor Dave Bowman and Montrose County Commissioner Sue Hansen will jointly read a proclamation announcing support for law enforcement officers. 

Led by a presentation by the Montrose High School NJROTC, Montrose Police Chief Blaine Hall, Montrose County Sheriff Gene Lillard, and District Attorney Dan Hotsenpiller will speak about the continued commitment of law enforcement officers.  

For more city news visit: CityOfMontrose.org.
 

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About the City of Montrose 

For information, visit CityofMontrose.org.  Follow the city on Facebook (facebook.com/cityofmontroseco) and Twitter (@montrosegov).  City Hall is located in downtown Montrose at 433 South First Street and may be reached at 970-240-1400. Hours of operation are Monday-Thursday, 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.

 
Montrose Police, County Sheriff To Host Law Enforcement Celebration
Officers with the Montrose Police Department's Honor Guard lineup for a 21 gun salute during Montrose Police Week in May 2018. On May 15th, officers with the Montrose Police Department along with deputies from the Montrose County Sheriff's Office will jointly conduct a 21 gun salute. 
Montrose Police, County Sheriff To Host Law Enforcement Celebration
Montrose Mayor Dave Bowman along with Montrose County Commissioner Sue Hansen read a joint proclamation regarding National Police Week during the Montrose City Council's regular meeting held Tuesday, May 7, 2019. 
Montrose Police, County Sheriff To Host Law Enforcement Celebration
Members of the Montrose City Council along with Montrose County Commissioners join Montrose Police Department officers and personnel during a joint proclamation presentation regarding National Police Week during the Montrose City Council's regular meeting held Tuesday, May 7, 2019. 
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