Photos, videos: Thanking our nation's LEOs on National First Responders Day
Today – and every day – we thank you for your continued dedication, commitment and sacrifice
By Police1 Staff
In 2019, legislation was passed to honor our nation's first responders for their everyday service and sacrifice they put forth while protecting their communities. Now every October 28, EMS providers, dispatchers, firefighters and law enforcement officers are celebrated during National First Responders Day.
Below, we have compiled a roundup of social media posts recognizing and thanking law enforcement officers around the country for their continued commitment to serve and protect. Has your department received a special "thank you" today? Or maybe you're holding an event to commemorate your officers as well as those you have lost in the line of duty? If so, send your photos or videos to email@example.com and we will add them to our roundup below.
From all of us at Police1.com, we thank you today – and every day – for your continued dedication, commitment and sacrifice as you protect and serve your communities.
We thank the first responders and medical professionals in #OurCounty today on #NationalFirstRespondersDay and every day. This Sunday, everyone is invited to join us and show their support at the Hometown Heroes Parade. Learn more at https://t.co/wfMKYhjEHY. pic.twitter.com/wuABZN9CLj— Miami-Dade County (@MiamiDadeCounty) October 28, 2022
A special shout out today to Denton Police, Fire and Dispatchers on National First Responders Day!— City of Denton, TX (@cityofdentontx) October 28, 2022
Thank you for keeping our community safe 🚒🚓@DENTONPD @DentonFireDept pic.twitter.com/S4ecoYzBuW
#NationalFirstRespondersDay is observed today. We honor the men & women who run toward a crisis while the rest of the world flees. First Responders have dedicated professionals who answer the call when an emergency arises, often sacrificing their own lives to save others. pic.twitter.com/VHDid0AR5E— LA County Sheriffs (@LASDHQ) October 28, 2022
Today, we honor our Nation's heroes in law enforcement, firefighters, and other public health workers who provide life-saving emergency care at a moment’s notice. Thank you for your service each and every day. #NationalFirstRespondersDay pic.twitter.com/5f70rGZc6W— Miami PD (@MiamiPD) October 28, 2022
Thank a first responder!— National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (@NLEOMF) October 28, 2022
This National #FirstResponders Day, reflect on how they deserve our gratitude each time they commit to the safety of their communities.
We are grateful for the dedication and service of every First Responder.
Happy National First Responders Day. pic.twitter.com/VC57N2dvi6
Happy National First Responders Day!— Lexington Sheriff (@LCSD_News) October 28, 2022
To all first responders out there who work so hard to keep our communities safe...thank you 💕 pic.twitter.com/g9oP3xAQ1v
It's National First Responders Day and we're honored to recognize our first responders at ODNR. THANK YOU to our officers, field staff and all others who act immediately in the face of any emergency. You're our heroes! #NationalFirstRespondersDay pic.twitter.com/qZLl6PRYgA— OhioDNR (@ohiodnr) October 28, 2022
Today is National First Responders Day! In times of emergency, these are the men and women at the front lines. We would like to take a moment to recognize all first responders and their service to our communities. Yakoke from the Choctaw Nation! #NationalFirstRespondersDay pic.twitter.com/nBjVHUI4wu— ChoctawNationOK (@choctawnationOK) October 28, 2022
Today is National First Responders Day! Thank you all for dedicating your lives to helping others and keeping our communities safe! Sheriff Marcos R. Lopez and the OCSO are proud to be on the frontline serving Osceola County. pic.twitter.com/1tPbQJJ57q— Osceola County Sheriff's Office (@OsceolaSheriff) October 28, 2022
Thank you to first responders everywhere who risk their safety daily to serve their communities.— kcpolice (@kcpolice) October 28, 2022
On National First Responders Day, we recognize the women and men of KCPD who are here for Kansas City. pic.twitter.com/fuoTU3N5qk
Real heroes don’t wear capes. They wear uniforms, badges, and stethoscopes! 👮👨🚒👩⚕️#NationalFirstRespondersDay pic.twitter.com/1GsO9F92QW— RODEOHOUSTON (@RODEOHOUSTON) October 28, 2022
Happy National First Responders Day! Thank you to the men and women of the Zionsville Fire Department, Zionsville Police Department and all first responders who dedicate their lives to save lives #NationalFirstRespondersDay pic.twitter.com/6CEaQkkq6F— Town of Zionsville (@ZionsvilleIN) October 28, 2022