Defense Supply Center Columbus Police Week Gallery

DSCC Police week - may 16-20, 2022

 

 

May 15-21 is National Police Week, an annual observance created in 1962 by President John F. Kennedy to recognize law enforcement officers’ service and sacrifice.

The 2022 Defense Supply Center Columbus Police Week observance was May 16-20 with a variety of activities to celebrate, support and bring awareness to all the work the base police do day in and day out all year. 

The week was kicked off by DLA Land and Maritime Commander US Navy Rear Adm. Kristen Fabry with a wreath laying ceremony at the police/fire memorial in front of Building 58, and continued with a First Responders Appreciation 5K Run/Walk May 17, a storytime event with the children at the DSCC Child Development Center May 18, a special barbeque meal for all police shifts May 19 and a closing ceremony/wreath removal at the end of the week. 

Two police officers. One at a outdoor podium and the other holding a wreath.
The DSCC police chief speaks in front of other police officers.
Two police officers, one holding a wreath and the other speaking at a outdoor podium.
DSCC Police chief in uniform laying a wreath at a memorial in front of Building 58.
A black wreath with a blue line sits in front of a memorial outside.
Woman in US Navy utility uniform.
Several police officers and a woman in US Navy utility uniform.