Beyond the Call of Duty – End of Watch Ride comes to the Crisp County Sheriff’s Office

Published 11:44 am Friday, June 28, 2024

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By Sarah Brown – Managing Editor

Beyond the Call of Duty – End of Watch Ride visited the Cordele Sheriff’s Office on Friday June 28, 2024 representing the fallen officers across the United States in 2023.  Deputy Tyee Browne of the Crisp County Sheriff’s Office and Wilcox County Sheriff Robert Rodgers images have been placed on the memorial, and will never be forgotten.

This tribute includes a 41-foot trailer displaying images of these brave individuals, traveling alongside the motorcycle riders. The purpose of the End of Watch Ride is to ensure that no officer is forgotten, that their families know their loved one has not been forgotten; and that there is recognition, support and understanding to help them heal. They support department safety and training to help lower the number of fallen officers we see each year. They travel across the United States over a period of 73 days, 22,000 miles starting in Spokane, Washington, stopping at sheriff’s offices, and police departments to show their support for the loved ones that have been lost in the line of duty.