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  • Margaret Hood
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    CONGRATS - CopDad and son. I know you both are proud of this lifetime accomplishment! Your son is blessed to have a father who gave wisdom and guidance by "example" as his life encompassed a mission and commitment.
    You both are very fortunate to be able to share this moment in time. Blessing go with you both. Semper Fi******

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  • Protect-N-Serve
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    awesome, I too feared the worse at the title, hehe. anyways that's AWESOME! I wonder if LASD would let my father, a retired LASD do that for me.

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  • rtaylor00
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    Congrats. Obviously you did an outstanding job of raising him. Tell him to stay safe!

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  • lady therese
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    My felicitations to both of You.

    My son is in a military school for boys right now and I can't wait for that moment to come. I am already proud of him for his achievements but most importantly on how he has a become a responsible kid.

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  • Ramz131
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    Congrats. I had my dad pin my badge on me. It was a great moment for the both of us b/c I was working for the same department as him. Congrats again.

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  • copdad
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    Thanks for all the reply's. My wife and I have had a chance to meet all of my sons academy classmates and it is a great group of people. We've also met the Sheriff and many of the officers my son will be working with. We do take great comfort in the fact that our son will be surrounded with such good friends and fellow deputies!! Thanks again and remeber...OFFICER SAFETY!!

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  • kcsd823
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    We don't pin badges on for graduation but I did get to give my wife her certificate when she graduated. We took a picture afterwards of my wife and I in uniform with the sheriff and her shift sargeant.

    Congradulations!

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  • JBean
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    What an accomplishment for both father and son! Congratulations!

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  • blackwaterops
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    Thats awesome I hope my dad will do the same when I graduate.

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  • Rapax
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    Most of the time it is a family member, girlfriend/boyfriend/friend or anyone of your choosig that puts your badge on for the first time. Whomever is important in your life can be invited to such an event at graduation.

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  • concon02
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    Question:
    Is this something you could have your father do only if he's in LE or is it normal for sons/daughters to have a family member who isn't LE related to do it?

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  • Magicman
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    Congratulations to you both. I would be truly honored if one day one of my children bestowed this privelege to me. I can see how truly proud you are. Wish him luck!

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  • concon02
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    Nice. Congrats.

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  • 1oldsarge
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    Originally posted by copdad View Post
    This morning was one of the proudest moments in my life. After 6 months of a very tough academy, my son was sworn in as a deputy sheriff. He asked me to be the one to pin his badge on him at the ceremony........I was touched by his request and extremely proud to do it. It is an amazing thing to see your kids succeed. This was a goal he set for himself in High School, stuck with it in college and today he got his badge!

    Proud Dad!!!
    That's neat! I guess everything you taught him growing up finally paid off, huh?

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  • Guams
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    Congrats to the both of you!

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