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Posted by: cpadmin
Date: 2016-12-28 17:51:46
Company: 9-1-1 Magazine
Title: Editor
Subject: Your message of 5/8/2016

Sorry to be so long in reply, I wasn't notified a message had been left. Re: EOW for a natural death - this varies from dept to dept, as I understand, and whether the LEO is still active or has retired. It's not as firm a protocol as the LODD usage of the term, but I am aware of some agencies that have used it - in fact when I was working for the San Jose Fire Dept I read such a message on the air for a dispatcher who had passed away from cancer.
Posted by: pamader
Date: 2016-05-08 00:54:17
Company: Retied - FLEO
Title: Captain
Subject: EOW use question

Is the term EOW ever used when a retired LEO dies a natural death?

 
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