Thank A Police Officer Day September 16th

From left: Lisa Albers, Chief Jim Albers, Amy Lindley, Sgt Ricky King, Det Bobby Walker, K9 Sgt Chris Knowlton, Det Sgt Nicole Faulkner, Officer Kennetth King, Lt. Jeremy Bittick, Vinita Newton, Donna Dugger, Jolene Tindol

September 15, 2017 - Thank a Police Officer Day, also known as National Tell a Police Officer "Thank You" Day, is being observed on Saturday September 16th, 2017! which is scheduled to start 8pm on Friday and end 8pm on Saturday in order to include all shifts. It has been observed the third Saturday of September since a national campaign was started in 2012 by the Whole Truth Project. This is a day where people across the country - from small towns to big cities - take a moment and say "thank you" to any police officer they may happen to run across. It's a simple way of showing gratitude for those who serve and protect us .

The Center Police Department Ladies Auxiliary is honoring their officers this year with a personalized serving tray decorated with their name, and the year they started in Law Enforcement. They will also receive cookies , and a giant Thank you Card. When you see an Officer, remember to say Thank you!