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Rest in Peace our Hero. God's blessings, strength and comfort for your family. 🙏

🚨🧯👍MAKE THE MOVE TO DPS! Now is the time to step up your certified law enforcement career as a Trooper 1, Trooper 2 & Fire Inspector with the State of Iowa. Applications are OPEN through Sept. 11.

We offer a $5,000 hiring bonus, increased salaries, a short 10-week Certified Academy and 1:1 retirement transfer. When you join our team, your experience pays more starting DAY ONE. Apply here: dps.iowa.gov/certified-academy
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We as law enforcement, can not thank people like this enough. Thank you for your help.GOOD WINS! We are forever grateful to Mr. Bryan Shipley for his prompt response to assist Trooper Ellison this summer. Colonel Fulk recently brought the two together again to recognize Mr. Shipley's citizen heroism with a Chief's Commendation:

"Let it be known that Colonel Nathan A. Fulk is recognizing Bryan Lee Shipley for his selfless and heroic assistance provided to law enforcement during exigent circumstances.

On May 21, 2022, Bryan Shipley was driving when, on the side of the roadway, he observed a Trooper struggling with an individual who had become combative while being taken into custody. Mr. Shipley immediately stopped and rendered aid to the Trooper in distress. His assistance helped to quickly bring the individual back into compliance, preventing any further escalation or injury.

The Iowa State Patrol thanks and commends you for your support."
#GoodWins
#Grateful
#Compassion
#TrueHero
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We as law enforcement, can not thank people like this enough. Thank you for your help.

Thank you for your service. Stay safe out there.All Troopers in the state of Iowa carry AEDs in their patrol cars. Today, one of them used his to help save a life.

Trooper Darren Flaherty assisted other first responders in using his AED when a RAGBRAI cyclist went into cardiac arrest near Charles City.

Courtesy, service, protection…always.
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Thank you for your service. Stay safe out there.
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