Dallas Police Honors Its Fallen: The Procession

Dallas Police Honors Its Fallen: The Procession

Today, as part of the annual National Police Week established in 1962 by President John F. Kennedy, the DPD once again paid honor to its fallen officers with a procession from Griffin and Young to the police memorial at Young and Akard. Our Danny Fulgencio accompanied the procession and notes that, "As you might guess, today's memorial was a somber affair. Even the sky was heavy with gray." But, he writes, "just as the memorial ended, the sun burst through the clouds. True story."


Today, as part of the annual National Police Week established in 1962 by President John F. Kennedy, the DPD once again paid honor to its fallen officers with a procession from Griffin and Young to the police memorial at Young and Akard. Our Danny Fulgencio accompanied the procession and notes that, "As you might guess, today's memorial was a somber affair. Even the sky was heavy with gray." But, he writes, "just as the memorial ended, the sun burst through the clouds. True story."
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