Jeremy Nicholas HenwoodSan Diego Police Department, California
End of Watch: Sunday, August 7, 2011
Reflections for Police Officer Jeremy Nicholas Henwood
Officer Henwood, I did not know you, but I don't have to. I have known enough LEOs to know that you had a heart of gold. You cared deeply for your community and you served with pride and professionalism. I grew up saying goodbye to several San Diego Police Officers during a different time period that were taken before their time too, and you are with those officers in Valhalla now. "Thank you for your service, Officer Henwood. Thank you for serving our country. You are a true hero."
Veronica (Morgan) Forston
former San Diego Police Explorer Captain
July 26, 2016
Rest in Peace
Houston Police Dept.
June 16, 2016
I was randomly watching YouTube videos, when I saw a news story about Officer Henwood. It's police officers like him, that help keep the faith that we are doing this job for reason, and makes me proud to be on this job. In a few minutes I'm going to get up and go in for the evening shift, I will be thinking about Jeremy as I complete my tour of duty. R.I.P my friend we got it from here.
Detective Aaron O. Butler
Springfield, Ma Police
January 31, 2016
You truly reflect the best of law enforcement...........God Bless
December 14, 2015
Your acts of kindness and years of service will not be forgotten. You have touched and impacted the lives of many by showing how great of a man you were. Thank you for your dedication and bravery. R.I.P.
Harry James Vaughn III
September 9, 2015
I never met Officer Henwood, but we were brothers in many ways, we were both US Marines, and as a Police officer. Its a terrible tragedy for his family and friends, my deepest condolences to all. May you all rest in comfort knowing that Nicholas, is in a much better place now, a place where he is loved and appreciated. God Bless you all.
Senior Corporal, Texas Highway Patrol.
Texas Departement of Public Safety (ret)
August 8, 2015
Police Officer Jeremy Nicholas HENWOOD ... the passage of time will never diminish our sincere appreciation for your dedicated service and ultimate sacrifice for us.
God Bless You as you continue to watch over your Kentucky colleagues who must carry on without you.
August 7, 2015
I just viewed a submission on YouTube that showed Officer Henwood purchasing a cookie for a child at McDonald's on the day of and shortly before he was killed in the line of duty. Officer Henwood's act of kindness toward a member of the community he served is the standard we should all emulate as police officers. Semper Fi, and rest in peace.
Captain Pat Moore (retired)
Newport, Kentucky PD
August 6, 2015
R I P. You are indeed a hero, and will never be forgotten.
Sgt. Jim Kehoe (retired)
August 3, 2015
It seems like just yesterday I remember hearing your story on the news Jeremy. Such a senseless tragedy still leaves me in disbelief. You'll never be forgotten, because legends never die but heroes live forever. God bless you and your entire family. As always we've got the watch from here
Recruit Joseph Peterson
May 17, 2015
God Bless you and your family, Rob Henwood, for the loss of your hero son Jeremy. I heard the father that lost a child once say, "When we lose a child, we don't bury them in a cemetery, we bury them in our hearts". Having lost a teenage daughter myself, I knew exactly what he meant. Even though it's been 28 years since she was murdered, I've carried her with me everyday and will until my last breath.
Oklahoma Police Department
April 8, 2015
We miss you every day, every week, and every year.
We often ask ourselves "What would Jeremy do?"
We talk to you in our hearts every day. Love Dad
April 2, 2015
Semper Fidelis my Brother. Rest in Peace. We have the watch.
Captain Michael Barnes
Lapel Police Department, Lapel Indiana
December 26, 2014
You reached out to a kid you never knew and showed him kindness and provided him a role model. To shape a young life, that is a precious thing and what you did says so much about your character. That kid will grow up and do great things because you reached out to him the way you did. It is so tragic that you would be cut down moments later in a senseless and unprovoked attack. You were a good man taken too soon. Rest in peace sir. And my God watch over your friends and family as well as that kid you were so kind to.
December 10, 2014
condolences to his family and brother officers. we all feel the loss when a fine human being and a fine officer are taken from this world. RIP .
paul russo civilian from police family
December 7, 2014
Officer Henwood was not only a hero, but also a roll model. Many of us could a lot from the way Jeremy lived. Thank you Officer Henwood for your service. You have touched many.
Sgt. Mike Rumpsa
Lino Lakes Police Department
December 3, 2014
Rest in peace, brother.
Jasonville City Police Department
November 26, 2014
Today in a Blue Courage police training class we discussed and shared Jeremy's story. While it has been over 3 years since he was killed he has not been and never will be forgotten.
September 10, 2014
Thank you for your service and dedication. Rest In Peace, Brother; We have your watch.
Corporal Scott Webster
Auburn Dept of Public Safety-Police Div
August 8, 2014
Thinking of you on the third anniversary of your death. Prayers going out to your family and the Police Department. Heaven is a better place with you there. May you always rest in peace Mr. Henwood. You're a true legend officer.
City Heights Resident
August 7, 2014
August 2, 2014
Semper Fi Brother
E-4 Doc Quinn
USMC 1966 - 1970
April 27, 2014
Jeremy was a Marine as am I. He was my brother regardless of having never met him. Like him, I too joined law enforcement following my time served in the U.S. Marine Corps. It saddened me deeply when I attended his funeral while I was in the Police Academy. It was one the instructors and academy who thought it would be eye-opening to attend. Having attended several funerals while in the Marine Corps you can never get used to the sound of TAPS. Jeremy was a wonderful person, Marine, Officer, son and sibling. He will always be remembered for his unselfishness. What is often forgotten to be mentioned is the fact Jeremy is seen on video footage moments before he is fatally shot. In the video Jeremy is seen purchasing food for a small child in line at McDonalds. Jeremy, you will be missed brother. Semper Fidelis and thank you for all you did and still do from up above.
"It’s always better to be judged by 12 than carried by 6."~ Col. Jeff Cooper
March 27, 2014
I remember this Officers death and how he lived. No community can afford any officer but especially one of Officer Henwood's caber.
Police Officer Gary Gorman (Ret)
March 15, 2014
God Bless you my brother.
Richard Del Toro
Port St. Lucie Police Department
March 9, 2014
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