Tuesday, January 17, 2017

DCJ Sends Message of Appreciation to Brothers and Sisters in Uniform

DCJ staff filled these 18 boxes with goodies to
thank State Patrol members for their service and sacrifice.
In early January, members of the Division of Criminal Justice (DCJ) baked, bought, prepared and packed in a sign of solidarity for their teammates in the Colorado State Patrol.

The DCJ team wanted to show their support for their brothers and sisters in uniform after a 2016 that was difficult for the State Patrol, including the tragic on-duty death of Trooper Donahue.

“We wanted a simple way to express that we recognize and appreciate how challenging the day-to-day work of the State Patrol is, and to thank all of them for their service and sacrifice,” said DCJ Director Jeanne Smith.

DCJ members prepared 18 boxes of treats for delivery to 18 regional CSP offices. The boxes were full of cookies, popcorn, pretzels, nuts, and other goodies.  

“The staff members in DCJ wanted to find a way to let troopers know that we appreciate the risks they take in helping us all be safer,” Jeanne said. Andi Martin, Jill Nore and the Office for Victims Programs coordinated the project.

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