Carlton Daniel JenkinsCamden County Sheriff's Office, Georgia
End of Watch: Monday, August 28, 2000
Reflections for Sergeant Carlton Daniel Jenkins
Hello, I am from Las Vegas, NV and I had heard about this tragic event on World's Wildest Police Videos approximately 7 years ago and still sorrowful. I believe you are indeed a wonderful person, a beloving father+son+husband+brother who really made a difference for your children and the mother of your children as well. Something good will come out of this. For now, a pension, life insurance, a place for you to be for now and your current reunion with others close to you, are four gifts with more to follow, including a gradual future reunion with your family. I have an idea for a protection system method. If successful, it will also help protect your loved ones and more to follow. For you and your current+future loved ones. Along with millions of others throughout the nation of course. I am just letting you know, because for you, I understand what a gift it would be for you and your others.
Seen on television
October 30, 2015
Hello I'm from the UK and just seen the Officer Jenkins on my tv doing great at his job chasing down and stopping a car in a police chase, excellent work, at the end of the segment it said that officer Jenkins was tragically killed in the line of duty, so so sorry for your loss, what should of been something simple turned out not to be, this shouldn't be happening for close to no reason, again so sorry for your loss, R.I.P officer Jenkins
Seen on television
October 12, 2015
Sitting here thinking about you tonight, sure do miss you. I know Joe does too. We were driving home from St. Mary's the other night and Joe was telling Bre & I one of your famous police stories. The stories never get old. Joe loved riding with you. I wished my daughter had the opportunity to get to know you. You had a bigger than life personality and always fun to be around. See you later Dan, love you.
August 28, 2015
I love to watch Wildest Police Videos. I just watched one of the series (Season 4 Episode 8) and was impressed by the steadfastness of the police officer who was chasing the suspect in the video. Even a flat tire didn't withhold him from chasing the suspect. My heart sank when I heard of his cruel death. He died protecting his country. I googled sgt. Dan Jenkins name and came upon this site. After reading the reflection of others, I now know he was a well respected man. We live in a world were the good people leave to soon...
From Suriname, South-America
April 20, 2015
Tonight I was looking for something to watch and threw on Wildest Police videos (My father is an OPP officer) when your story came on. After learning of what happened to you I had the urge to google your name and learn a bit more. I am thankful I did, from what I have read others had the utmost respect for you and you led by example in many areas of life. It makes me stop and reflect on my own life and how I can be a better person. Thank you very much for your service, you are still making an impact 15 years on.
From Ontario, Canada
April 19, 2015
Hello my friend,
I found myself thinking about you today. It's been almost 15 years and I still miss you very much. In some ways it seems like yesterday when you were here, and in others- a lifetime ago. I know your still looking out for me as well as your family and everyone else who were your friends. Joe and I still talk but not as often as we used to. I guess we've both gotten very busy in our lives and careers. He just had surgery but I haven't spoken to him since the day before..Lori said there were complications but all turned out well. I can't help but think all the success I've enjoyed is somehow due to you- Joe's too.
Life seems so much more complicated than back in the day. I miss all the good times and conversations we had.. I feel like everything is speeding up now and I find myself with somewhat of a lack of direction. I guess I'm still trying to figure out why I'm here- and what I'm supposed to do. Lately I've had a strange feeling I'll be seeing you again soon....but at the same time I don't think I've done whatever it is I'm supposed to do here. I guess that's not for me to know though...
Talk to you later Dan.
March 10, 2015
I was a Security Officer at the Camden County Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base when Officer Jenkins was a Kingsland PD officer. We had several meetings both work related and as a resident of Kingsland. He was always the most professional and true to his word. He was the one to stand behind the "To Serve and Protect" motto and he will be greatly missed.
MACS(SW) US Navy Ret. R.S. Jahnke
US Naval Submarine Base Kingsland Ga Security.
November 17, 2014
My friend, as always during this time of year, you are in my thoughts.
Many who knew you well often talk about you and the good times shared. Your memory lives on strong in the hearts of so many you touched. Please continue to watch over us that still hold the line in your absence. We love and miss you.
Chief David Gregory (former CCSO Capt.)
State Court of Glynn County Solicitor-General's Office
September 18, 2014
Officer Jenkins. I watched Your chace video today. I am truly saddened by that You are gone. We need more Officers like You.
Rest in Peace.
July 31, 2014
Mom gave me a picture a few days ago when we were little; you, Joe, Donna and I were in it. She said she wanted me to have it because you were holding me. I was about a year old. I remember you when I was a little girl. I always looked up to you. I wish I had more time with you, Dan. Your life was taken so young. I miss you brother.
I hope you are still watching over me.
June 18, 2014
I am happy to see a proper memorial presented at this mile marker for this brave officer. I am not the trucker that helped him, but... I stopped a month or so back to lift the fallen flag from the muck because, as a VET, I could not look on it every day as I passed. I guess it was only coincidence that shortly after, it was given a proper treatment and a day to commemorate his sacrifice.
But, I cannot tell you how proud I feel every day (twice) as I pass by it! Now that I know who it was for, and the circumstances, I am saddened and humbled. I feel for his family and friends.
Just, please... don't ever post a flag as a memorial and then let it fall onto the ground.... unattended.... again. As a "driver," I pass such "descansos" often along the highways of this great country. Crosses and flags.... they each tug at my heart. Little crosses for little children... larger ones for the parents. One set aside for the trucker who might also have died in the crash (and was probably blamed.)
But, THIS one made me stop. (Probably because I got another "run" at it.) But, mostly because it was not "proper." Please remember that a memorial is not JUST for the one lost... but, for others to see. What I saw (originally) was not right for Sgt. Jenkins OR for me.
But, that has all been rectified now. And I thank you. I assure you that I pay respect now everytime I pass by. I have SOME peace.... and I hope the family does, as well. God bless you.
Sgt. Jenkins was a true American hero. As are ALL who give their all for our protection.
Northbound FedEX driver
USAF / truck driver
October 26, 2013
You were like a second father to me, I was around you and the kids my whole time growing up until they moved away. Your daughter Kalynn has grown up to be a beautiful version of you and Jeanie (:
You would be so proud of all of them. I was around through the best and the worst times and ill tell you what, they deff didn't have any idea of how they were going to go through life without you. But they have done a wonderful job to this day. My whole family went through a very depressed time after you past. Everyone did . Almost all of Camden. But I know you are sitting up in heaven watching over all of us being our Guardian angle. I'm pretty sure your watching me type this. I miss you so much Dan. Will be nice to see you one day . I love you to this day and will not/can not forget you.
October 15, 2013
We still carry on, but it is not the same without you my friend. Your memory is still strong in me and those that knew you well. I miss you deeply brother.
Sgt. David A. Gregory (Former CCSO Capt)
Glynn County Police Department, GA
September 22, 2013
I saw you on an episode on Cops last night at work. It was when u had the badge # before 1111, 1130 something, where u ended up calling 10-78 and rolled around on the ground with the guy to take him to jail for susp dl. Heard your voice and it reminded me of the last time I heard it, the morning b4 you left us. Still missing you and hoping you are looking down on all of us and smiling at the people we have become because you were in our lives one way or another! Miss ya
June 6, 2013
I love an miss you so much uncle dan
April 19, 2013
Another year....not forgotten. You memory still lives strong in me, as it always will.
Sgt. Gregory, David A.
Glynn County Police Department / Former Captain - Camden Co. S.O.
October 21, 2012
Hard to believe it has been 12 years. I know it sure has been hard to find a friend like you, especially someone that loved his job and his family the way you did. Miss all the get togethers we used to have with the family. All our kids are all grown up and great kids they are now. Also wanting to thank you for always looking out for us all, our Guardian Angel-Superman. Miss ya!
August 28, 2012
Uncle dan I knw we never had much time together but the times that we did have I hold very dear in my heart! When I lived in georgia and I would see you out in your uniform I would hold my head up and tell everyone thats my uncle! I miss you so very much and momma does too! I will never forget you uncle dan! Your my hero! I still cry when I think about and the same time im very proud of you! Love your neice Barbara
June 24, 2012
The years have flown by...your memory is as strong as yesterday. I miss you so much more than I can express. Where you took your last breaths stands a cross and a flag......and the tears of all of us who have to go on. I don't ever see a officer and not think about you, I breath more shallow for them, I wish none of us ever knew the sacrifices you and others make for us. The love for you lives on and you will never fade away, I know we will see you again..I love you forever
June 24, 2012
I think about you still all the time. Even though at the time you passed I was well on my way in another career since I left KPD.
You always wanted to run the boys over in downtown Kingsland with me Mike and Eric. It was fun times...Just wanted to know you are still in my thoughts so many years later. See you one day man!
Robbie Tarter EX KPD Officer
Kingsland Police Department
June 10, 2012
Still think of you often, your picture is still hanging up in my office, still get goosebumbs when I see you on Worlds Wildest Police Videos, especially when I hear you call out that badge number that you hated so much. You are missed every day.
Sgt. Paula F. Henderson
Former Camden County SO/Current McIntosh County SO
May 19, 2012
Dan and I worked the Kingsland night shift for a year and a half. He was my trainer, my mentor, and my friend. I think about him every now and then, especially every time I pass by the 19 mile marker. I wish I could have been there for you Dan. I came in then next morning to relieve you and you were gone. I miss you my Brother, my Friend. Rest in peace Dan.
Kingsland Police and former 1147
May 8, 2012
This officer was featured on world wildest police videos. it had his in car camera chasing a car. After the video the narrator mentioned that five months after the chase Sgt. Jenkins was shot and killed during a traffic stop.
March 26, 2012
Rest in Peace, Sergeant Jenkins. Your sacrifice is not forgotten.
March 24, 2012
Interstate interchage close to is place of death will be named in his honor on Interstate 95.
Rep. Jason Spencer, 180th House District
February 27, 2012
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