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JPD Fallen Officers

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Detective Eric Smith
Robbery/Homicide
April 4, 2013

Glen Agee
Patrol Division
August 6, 2010

Thomas Catchings
Patrol Division
March 17, 2005

Brian Kinsey
Patrol Division
October 22, 1997

Robert Washington
Patrol Division
November 14, 1995

John R. Sandifer
Patrol Division
September 18, 1994

Rickey Joe Simmons
Patrol Division
February 4, 1992

Bobby J. Biggert
Patrol Division
February 24, 1989

William Hickman
Patrol Division
April 13, 1981

Floyd Seaton
Patrol Division
May 23, 1979

William L. Skinner
Intelligence Division
August 19, 1971

Charles Buckley, Jr.
Patrol Division
March 14, 1965

Wilburn Burleson, Jr.
Traffic Division
March 10, 1961

Cliff Hines
Patrol Division
January 14, 1893 

Walker Guice
Patrol Division
January 14, 1893

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