Encouraging their fellow brothers in blue, two Colorado cops jammed out to Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin'” to inspire hope and courage during what has been a bloody year for American police.
After the death of multiple officers in the line of duty this year, Det. Mark Post and Officer Bryce Raber of the Palisade Police Department brought out their best singing voices to encourage both their fellow officers and community to not stop believing.
Posted along with the video on the department’s Facebook page was this sentiment: “We know its been a hard year so far for our law enforcement family. Always remember the brotherhood that we have and know it will always keep us together as we push through the struggle, don’t stop believing.”
Palisade Police Chief Debra Funston had also kind remarks for her boys in blue. “I’m very proud of these two guys,” she told Fox 31. “Not only do they care about their fellow officers, they care about the community. They want the community to believe as well.”
Watch the uplifting video below.
We know its been a hard year so far for our law enforcement family. Always remember the brotherhood that we have and know it will always keep us together as we push through the struggle, don’t stop believing.
Posted by Palisade Police Department on Monday, February 29, 2016
H/T: Fox News Insider
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