CROWLEY –Concerns of Police Survivors, a group of family members and friends of officers that were killed in the line of duty, is encouraging law enforcement families, friends, and law enforcement agencies to decorate using blue lights for the coming holiday season. By placing one blue light in a window of your home, you’ll be showing your support for officers killed in the line of duty and those who continue to work America’s streets.
By placing strings of blue lights, outside your home, at the department, and throughout the community, law enforcement officers will understand they are appreciated.
The color blue is symbolic of peace. By displaying your blue lights, you will be sending a dual message - that you support America’s peacekeepers and that you hope the coming year will be a year of peace.
“We do this every year during this time to not only to show respect for the fallen officers but to show appreciation for those still on the street,” said Betty Newman Perry who is the widow of fallen Crowley officer Richard Newman.
Let your blue lights shine for law enforcement during the holidays.
For more information please contact Betty Newman Perry at (337) 783-0562 or (337) 250-2151.