Sen. Taylor attends Greater Milwaukee Law Enforcement Memorial
After attending the Greater Milwaukee Law Enforcement Memorial today, Taylor released the following statement
MADISON – Today, State Senator Lena Taylor (D-Milwaukee) joined elected officials, law enforcement, families and the community at a service to pay respect to the brave men and women who have given the ultimate sacrifice to ensure public safety. After attending the Greater Milwaukee Law Enforcement Memorial today, Taylor released the following statement:
“As many of us take time to honor National Police Week, we are solemnly reminded that there are officers who go to work each day, leaving behind loved ones who anxiously wait for their safe return. Not every officer will make it home. Therefore, I join the community in gathering to acknowledge the service, memories, and lives of Milwaukee County law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. These are debts that can’t be repaid but must always be remembered.”
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