Judge Chris Hill Proclaims May 9-15 as Police Week in Collin County

May 12, 2021


I’m tremendously grateful for the men and women of the law enforcement agencies of Collin County, who make daily sacrifices to protect our communities and our families.

It’s my privilege and my pleasure to proclaim May 9-15 as Police Week in Collin County! May we all take time this week to remember and honor the service and the sacrifices of our law enforcement officers.


WHEREAS, our law enforcement agencies play an essential role in safeguarding the rights and freedoms which have been guaranteed by the Constitution to every American citizen; and

WHEREAS, our law enforcement officers are the guardians of life and property; defenders of the individual right to be free; warriors in the battle against crime; and are dedicated to the preservation of life and property; and

WHEREAS, the men and women of the law enforcement agencies of Collin County provide a vital public service to our community and our families; and

Now, therefore, in recognition of the invaluable contributions the law enforcement officers of Collin County have made to our community through their dedicated and selfless efforts in enforcing our laws and protecting our families, I hereby proclaim the week of May 9 through 15, 2021, as Police Week in Collin County

Furthermore, in honor of all Collin County law enforcement officers who, through their courageous deeds, have been killed or disabled in the line of duty, I order the flags at Collin County facilities to be lowered to half-staff on Friday, May 15, 2021.